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Print Roundup: November 2020

Newspaper Club Print Roundup — Inspiring Newspapers from November 2020

Every month, we put together a roundup to show all the different ways our creative customers are using newspapers. From a zine of recipes using healing herbs to a community art project that's keeping people connected in lockdown — below are 8 newspapers we love this month

2 Agenten illustration agency newspaper printed by Newspaper Club

2 Agenten illustration agency newspaper printed by Newspaper Club

The big draw

In this newspaper Berlin-based illustration agency 2 Agenten introduces five new additions to their roster: DAQ, Gilles and Cecilie, Ayumi Takahashi, Agostino Iacuri and Manne Jalilian. The tabloid format allows them to showcase their artists’ work “in a bigger scale than usual” with plenty of space to share a range of their projects — from murals to packaging design to book covers.

Detox Kitchen newspaper menu printed by Newspaper Club

Detox Kitchen newspaper menu printed by Newspaper Club

Good cooking

Detox Kitchen wants to “improve people’s lives through the power of good food.” This tabloid newspaper, sent with any veg box or meal plan ordered through their website, includes in-season recipes, colourful nutrition wheels that readers can “pop on the fridge or take to the shops for inspiration” and a mood-lifting poster illustrated by Natalia Bagniewska.

WaterBear College of Music prospectus printed by Newspaper Club

WaterBear College of Music prospectus printed by Newspaper Club

Backstage pass

Offering degrees for “forward-thinking musicians,” WaterBear is the UK’s fastest growing music college. Their 2021 prospectus, printed on our broadsheet newspapers, is an inside tour of their courses and campus. “The format is really eye-catching and makes us stand out,” says designer Josh Jones. “The extra space really opens up ideas — you can be very creative with layouts and colours.”

Vetta loungewear lookbook printed by Newspaper Club

Vetta loungewear lookbook printed by Newspaper Club

Work from home wardrobe

5 items of clothing, 30 outfits. That’s the idea behind Vetta, a fashion brand that offers capsule collections of wardrobe essentials. They’ve just launched a new mix-and-match line of loungewear — perfect for the work-from-home week — showcased in this tabloid newspaper lookbook. 

Untold newspaper printed by Newspaper Club

Small business stories

Untold curates gift boxes filled with sustainable products from minority-owned small businesses. They’ve launched their first box just in time for the holidays, a care package “to help you reset through five love languages.” This tabloid newspaper tells the inspiring stories of the people behind the businesses — from a tea company to a stationery brand — and their journeys in entrepreneurship.

Leo et Violette lookbook printed by Newspaper Club

Leo et Violette lookbook printed by Newspaper Club

Leather lookbook

French leather goods brand Léo et Violette used our mini newspapers to share their winter collection in a “minimalist and elegant lookbook.” They say the lightweight format is easy to store and mail but allows for a more editorial approach with “beautiful sequencing."

“We love the look and feel of a newspaper,” says co-founder Léo Dominguez. “We’ve printed two newspapers in the past with Newspaper Club and had really amazing feedback from customers, so we wanted to do it again!”

Mudlarking community newspaper printed by Newspaper Club

Mudlarking community newspaper printed by Newspaper Club

Art while apart

Mudlarking is a community newspaper for St. Peter's and St. Paul's that "platforms local people and what’s important to them.” The tabloid has been “perfect for bringing the community together when we have to stay socially distanced,” says designer Clare Charles of madeinroath. “People always love to see their work in print. A lot of the submissions were visual — drawings, illustrations, photographs — and the format really lets them shine."

Wooden Spoon Herbs newspaper printed by Newspaper Club

Wooden Spoon Herbs newspaper printed by Newspaper Club

Healing herbs

The mission of Wooden Spoon Herbs is to help you “get back to the land and into your body.” They share their range of herbalist-formulated plant medicines in the first edition of their zine, Ways to Stay Well.

Their customers “love receiving printed materials” and they send this tabloid newspaper of seasonal recommendations and recipes — herbal tiramisu, anyone? — with all online orders. Communicating with a newspaper is “authentic to our brand messaging,” says designer Emma Newbern. “They look so great!”


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