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9 newspapers to inspire you in March

Hot off the press! 9 creative newspapers to inspire you. Printed by Newspaper Club.

Every month, we put together a roundup to show all the exciting ways our creative community uses newspapers. This time: divine gift wrap for an illustrated children's bible, printed tablecloths for take-away pizza and a broadsheet that considers "what the news landscape looks like when it’s shaped by women."

The Stack World printed by Newspaper Club

Fresh perspectives

“What does the news landscape look like when it’s shaped by women?” The Stack World, a platform that empowers women in business, recently posed this question— and answered it with a limited-edition 20-page broadsheet, written and edited entirely by women.

“Five male billionaires own 80% of the U.K. media,” they say. “Instead of burying the news that is important to women, this newspaper brings the stories that directly impact women’s lives to the fore.” After launching the publication in London — check out founder Sharmadean Reid’s custom newsprint dress for the occasion! — they distributed over 10,000 copies across the UK.


Ling Ling's Dishpatch newspaper printed by Newspaper Club

Delicious dispatch

Founded in 2020, Dishpatch delivers meal kits from the UK's best chefs. They recently launched Spotlight, a series of limited-edition menus from emerging chefs who don’t yet have their own brick-and-mortar restaurants. They’re using our digital tabloids to introduce these up-and-coming talents, starting with Jenny Phung supper club Ling Ling’s.

“We chose to use a newspaper for a more editorial version of our cooking instructions,” says designer Callum Yates. “Newsprint clearly differentiated the Spotlight project from the rest of our range.” The Ling Ling’s menu is all sold out now (sorry!) but look out for the next Spotlight release coming soon.


Twenty-8 zine celebrating Black culture. Created by Felton Kizer for Soho House and printed by Newspaper Club.

Creative culture

Dedicated to André Leon Talley, Gordon Parks and John H. Johnson (publisher of Jet and Ebony magazines) twenty–8 is “a love letter to Black culture.” Creative director Felton Kizer collaborated with Soho House Chicago to create this digital mini highlighting twenty-eight Black creatives in the Soho House community, from the co-founder of a plant-based braiding hair company to a (multiple) Emmy winner. “I wanted something familiar, approachable and soft,” says Felton, who publishes another publication, Off-Kilter, on our digital tabloids. Designed by Olu Adeleke.


The Biggest Story newsprint wrapping paper by Invisible Creature. Printed by Newspaper Club.

Holy sheet

Brothers Don and Ryan Clark of design studio Invisible Creature spent over 2 years creating The Biggest Story, a stunningly illustrated 530-page children’s bible. To celebrate the release they adapted 8 illustrations from the book into this divine wrapping paper, printed on our digital tabloids. It’s available in their online shop while supplies last.


The Rakish Gent Paper printed by Newspaper Club

Pret a printer

Rakish Paper is a stylish supplement to men's fashion magazine The Rakish Gent, printed quarterly on our digital tabloids. With 4 issues so far, founder Tajinder Hayer says newsprint offers “a unique way to tell fashion stories” and helps differentiate the publication from the luxury magazine that they also produce.

“The response has been incredible. We’ve been inundated by people who want to be involved.”

“The response has been incredible,” says Tajinder. “We’ve been inundated by people who want to be involved, from potential new fashion clients to artists’ agents and other creative collaborators.”


Take Away Pizza tablecloth printed by Newspaper Club

Table for one?

This playful set of take-away tablecloths comes from Frank Philippin and Billy Kiosoglou of design studio Brighten the Corners. The 12-page digital broadsheet can be pulled apart into 5 different checkered posters, to turn any surface into a trattoria. Buon appetito!


Yoppie menstrual wellness broadsheet printed by Newspaper Club

Wellness welcome

When customers receive their first box from Yoppie, a new menstrual wellness subscription, they get this 4-page traditional tabloid as a friendly — and educational — introduction to the brand.

“A newspaper feels more impactful than a series of flyers, and it's something that [be] updated as we grow.”

“We wanted to convey a wide amount of information and deliver it in an engaging way,” says project manager Joe Mackle. “A newspaper feels more impactful than just drip-feeding with a series of flyers and it’s something that can be regularly updated as we grow. It's great to see our customers enjoying it!”


Ballerz zine for OMiami printed by Newspaper ClubBallerz zine for OMiami printed by Newspaper Club

Slam (dunk) poetry

As part of the O, Miami Poetry Festival, designer Noah Levy created this playful collection of poems about basketball. It features work from 17 poets who were each given a prompt — like “speed,” “defense” and “dunks” — and asked to produce a short poem in response. The results include odes to wedgies and Scottie Pippen. Printed on our digital minis.


Big Woods by Aaron Poritz zine. Printed by Newspaper Club.

Wood wonders

To accompany his solo exhibition at Cristina Grajales Gallery in New York City, designer Aaron Poritz produced this catalogue of his sculptural furniture. “The impermanence of a newspaper aligns with the materiality of the show,” says Aaron. “It was fun to design something that was not supposed to last forever. It made the process lighthearted and playful.” Printed on our digital minis.


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