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Print Roundup: July

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It's been quiet in the office with the Newspaper Club team hopping around for summer holidays. The newspapers in this month's roundup did a plenty of travelling, too—from Ethiopia to Australia to Switzerland and back to Glasgow (one newspaper ended up right around the corner from our office!) From a new food journal to posters of Frida Kahlo and Pablo Neruda, see some newspapers we loved in July below.

Olio is a monthly meal and quarterly food and art journal. Issue #1 (Summer 2018) features essays, photographs, loose recipes, and off-the-beaten-path eateries. Print your own newspaper with Newspaper Club

Olio

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Olio is a monthly meal and quarterly food and art journal based in NYC. The first issue launched this summer, featuring essays, photographs, loose recipes, and off-the-beaten-path eateries across the city. Founders Ali Francis and Elie Andersen say they want to encourage “adventurous dining, cultural exploration, and connection through food.”

.Local Heroes design catalogue. Print your own newspaper with Newspaper Club.

Photos via @liafiore and @emertumilty
Local Heroes catalogue

Traditional tabloid printed on 70gsm improved paper

Made in Glasgow by Local Heroes was a fun showcase of independent Scottish design that popped up right around the corner from our office. Catalogue design by Martin Bailie, with a brilliant pattern by Emer Tumility for the endsheet.

 In September, the Klingenhof courtyard in Zurich will host an art project celebrating significant 20th century figures, including activist Steve Biko, novelist Max Frisch and painter Frida Kahlo (pictured above). Illustrator Anna Egli created a series of portraits, which are printed as posters in this newspaper designed by Luca Mondgenast. Print your own newspaper with Newspaper Club.

Projekt Klingenhof posters

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In September, the Klingenhof courtyard in Zurich will host an art project celebrating significant 20th century figures, including activist Steve Biko, novelist Max Frisch and painter Frida Kahlo (pictured above). Illustrator Anna Egli created a series of portraits, which are printed as posters in this newspaper designed by Luca Mondgenast.

Founded in 2005, ST. ALi STALi.COM.AU is a coffee shop and roaster in Melbourne, Australia. Their buyers travel around the world to discover new beans, and share stories from farms they visit in their mini newspaper. Print your own newspaper with Newspaper Club.

ST. ALi

Traditional mini printed on 55gsm improved newsprint

Founded in 2005, ST. ALi is a coffee shop and roaster in Melbourne, Australia. Their buyers travel around the world to discover new beans, and share stories from farms they visit in their mini newspaper.

This issue, the third they’ve printed with us, celebrates the women of ST.ALi. Featuring interviews with female baristas, farmers and buyers—plus a goulash recipe from their chef's grandmother—it's “one of the best-received issues yet”. Designed by Jess Hoskin.

Exploring '68 is a cultural heritage programme exploring the period between 1968 and the summer of 1969 that witnessed the emergence of the Civil Rights movement in Northern Ireland just before the onset of the Troubles. The project places these events within the international context of global protest and revolt, and examines its legacy some fifty years on. Print your own newspaper with Newspaper Club.

Exploring ‘68

Traditional mini printed on 55gsm improved newsprint

Exploring '68 is a cultural heritage programme from Nerve Center, exploring the period between 1968 and the summer of 1969 that witnessed the emergence of the Civil Rights movement in Northern Ireland just before the Troubles. The project places these events within the international context of global protest and revolt, and examines its legacy some fifty years on.

Design agency Rinky chose a traditional mini newspaper to reflect the protest pamphlets, posters, propaganda and manifestos of the time.

Limalimo Lodge @limalimolodge is a 12-room hotel tucked in Ethiopia's Simien Mountains National Park. This activity book, designed by London-based artist Emma Shoard @emmashoard, teaches young guests about the local landscape and wildlife through mazes, puzzles and maps. There’s also space to take notes and make drawings. When kids complete the booklet, they get a Simien Mountains National Park badge.Print your own newspaper with Newspaper Club.

Limalimo Lodge Activity Book

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Limalimo Lodge is a 12-room hotel tucked in Ethiopia's Simien Mountains National Park. This activity book, designed by London-based artist Emma Shoard, teaches young guests about the local landscape and wildlife through mazes, puzzles and maps. There’s also space to take notes and make drawings. When kids complete the booklet, they get a Simien Mountains National Park badge.

Coins suspended in neon green gelatin. A Hershey’s kiss balanced on a mousetrap. Gummi worms on hooks, dangling next to a real fish. Brooklyn-based Jessica Marx www.jessicamarxphotography.com serves up surreal, if not particularly appetising, food photography in this fun promo. Print your own photography newspaper with Newspaper Club.

Jessica Marx photography promo

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Coins suspended in neon green gelatin. A Hershey’s kiss balanced on a mousetrap. Gummi worms on hooks, dangling next to a real fish. Brooklyn-based Jessica Marx serves up surreal, if not particularly appetising, food photography in this fun promo. Designed by Tessa Law of ?What If! Innovation Partners in NYC.

Lara Bruggeman’s http://www.larabruggeman.nl/ “fascination for newspaper design” inspired her to create this digital tabloid about her experience interning at Free Form, a Rotterdam-based design studio. “The imperfections of the newspaper printing process excite me,” she says. “And the spaciousness of the pages allowed me to play with the balance between text, images and white space.” Print your own newspaper with Newspaper Club.

From Form

Digital tabloid printed on 55gsm improved newsprint

Lara Bruggeman’s “fascination for newspaper design” inspired her to create this digital tabloid about her experience interning at From Form, a Rotterdam-based design studio. “The imperfections of the newspaper printing process excite me,” she says. “And the spaciousness of the pages allowed me to play with the balance between text, images and white space.”

Papa Digital tabloid printed on 90gsm bright paper Swiss illustrator Pierre Dubois www.instagram.com/_peterhood made this newspaper for his father’s 70th birthday, which his family celebrated last month. “My sister sent me the pictures very late,” he tell us. “I made this publication very quickly, in a punk way.” It was a small run of 5 copies, with the lovely family portrait above used as a pull-out poster. Print your own newspaper with Newspaper Club.

Papa

Digital tabloid printed on 90gsm bright paper

Swiss illustrator Pierre Dubois made this newspaper for his father’s 70th birthday, which his family celebrated last month. “My sister sent me the pictures very late,” he tell us. “I made this publication very quickly, in a punk way.” It was a small run of 5 copies, with the lovely family portrait above used as a pull-out poster.

There’s lots happening at Wellington Place https://www.wellingtonplace.co.uk/, a new urban quarter in Leeds, and WP Parklife keeps businesses and residents informed. With special offers, development news and info about upcoming events (like table tennis tournaments!) the newspaper has been a hit in the area. “The feel and smell [of newsprint] is something the web just can't replace,” says designer Steve Hammond. Print your own newspaper with Newspaper Club.

WP Parklife

Traditional tabloid printed on 70gsm improved paper

There’s lots happening at Wellington Place, a new urban quarter in Leeds, and WP Parklife keeps businesses and residents informed. With special offers, development news and info about upcoming events (like table tennis tournaments!) the newspaper has been a hit in the area. “The feel and smell [of newsprint] is something the web just can't replace,” says designer Steve Hammond of Hammond Design

Fashion label Réalisation Par’s dresses have taken over Instagram and now they’re in print, too. We’re particularly fond of this—very meta—spread from the lookbook, which was printed for a pop-up event in London last month.

Realisation Par

Digital broadsheet printed on 55gsm improved newsprint

Fashion label Réalisation Par’s dresses have taken over Instagram and now they’re in print, too. We’re particularly fond of this—very meta—spread from the lookbook, which was printed for a pop-up event in London last month.


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