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These Newspapers Are For Sale in The Newsagent (but not for long!)

Andy Smith Illustrator newspaper

Before we close up shop on The Newsagent on 15 March, here's a friendly reminder of some of the great stuff for sale there now. From a letterpress-inspired alphabet to a colouring zine exploring mental health, this is a final call to support the publishers in our print-on-demand marketplace.

Note that we can only deliver newspapers from The Newsagent to UK addresses.

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Photo via The Typefaces
The Typefaces

This letterpress-inspired alphabet book is filled with visual puzzles "for the designer in every child and the child in every designer." £9

Lila #2 illustrated newspaper by David Mathews

Lila #2

A dreamy story of friendship over distance and between books, from illustrator David Mathews. £10


Nothing in the News blank newspapers by Joseph ErnstPhoto via Joseph Ernst
Nothing in the News

No news is good news in this project from artist Joseph Ernst, who wipes headlines from the front pages of international newspapers. £7.50 - £15, depending on the issue


B-Sides digital tabloid explores the visual language of Brighton through the eyes of graphic designer Ian CaulkettPhoto via Ian Caulkett

Photographer Ian Caulkett turns his lens on the visual language of Brighton, focusing on "unremarkable details, found typography and shadows." £7


Andy Smith illustrated newspaper portfolioPhoto via Andy Smith
Andy Smith

Illustrator Andy Smith's clients include Penguin Books, Nike and The Guardian. See a selection of his best commissioned and personal work in his 4 tabloid portfolios – the image above is from May Fade in Direct Sunlight, the first newspaper he printed with us. £4.50


printed web newspaper paul soulellisPhoto via Paul Soulellis
Printed Web #1

Printed Web, a project from artist Paul Soulellis, turns online ephemera –  like image grabs, site scrapes and search queries – into something you can hold in your hands. This newspaper, along with the rest of the Printed Web collection, was acquired by the MoMa Library last year. £13


Washed Out Jamie Kirk newspaper zine mental healthPhoto via Jamie Kirk
Washed Out

Washed Out is a colouring zine to help people “explore creativity and eliminate stress". Grab your crayons and fill in doodles from artists Jean Jullien, Brosmind, Marylou Faure and more. Proceeds from sales support mental health charities. £5


Top Corner football zine newspaperPhoto via Top Corner
Top Corner

The first issue of football zine Top Corner was our Newspaper of the Month last April. Five more issues have hit our virtual newsstand since then, exploring topics from the heartbreak of fandom to  how money complicates the sport. £4


Life in Cars newspaper zinePhoto via Green Keen
Life in Cars

Buckle up for designer Greg Keen's look inside the world of the "boy racer" and the inaccurate stereotypes that surround the subculture. £6


The Remembrance james bridle newspaperPhoto via James Bridle
The Remembrancer

The Remembrancer is a 16-page newspaper about drones and data from writer James Bridle. Published for the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Digital Design Weekend in 2014, when thousands of copies were stacked in the museum's sculpture galleries. £26


2Ha magazine newspaperPhoto via Baron Mag

Launched in 2013, architecture magazine 2ha explores the suburban landscape as it relates to themes like language, photography, leisure and more. £6.50

On the Lido photography newspaper Roopa Gogineni

On the Lido

On the Lido documents the people that photographers Roopa Gogineni and Trevor Snapp met one day in 2016 on Lido Beach in Mogadishu, Somalia. Proceeds from the newspaper support RISC (Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues), a program providing medical training to freelance journalists in conflict zones. £15

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