8 newspapers hot off the press in November

8 creative newspaper designs for portfolios, brochures, catalogues and more. Printed by Newspaper Club.

Every month, we put together a roundup to show all the creative ways our customers use newspapers. This time, get into the holiday spirit with a London stationery shop's festive catalogue and join the celebration as an analogue film lab marks its first year with a photozine – plus more! Keep scrolling for 8 print projects hot off the press in November.

Northerly Living apartment development brochure. Printed by Newspaper Club.

Home pages

If you’ve seen one apartment development brochure, you’ve seen them all: standard sizes, coated stocks and templated designs. Yawn.

"We love the newspaper format because it's casual, familiar and totally unique for a leasing brochure."

That’s why this brochure from Northerly really stands out. Design agency Perky Bros turned to our digital tabloids for a “less salesy and more editorial” approach to marketing the new Nashville development. 

“We love the newspaper format because it's casual, familiar and totally unique for a leasing brochure,” says designer Jeremy Detina. “The salmon paper feels both special and unfussy in its lightness.”

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BAGGU 'bagazine' newspaper poster. Printed by Newspaper Club.

Tote tales

BAGGU, makers of limited-edition, collectible bags and accessories, have put their playful patterns into print with an exclusive 'bagazine’ brought to life on our digital tabloids.

BAGGU 'bagazine' newspaper poster. Printed by Newspaper Club.

It’s designed to be pulled apart into a set of posters, each one featuring a collage of Baggu products spanning the company's 16-year history. “The details of the collages are so much more interesting on paper,” says designer Angela Lian. “I've seen so many people hang them up on their walls, which makes me so happy!”

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Choosing Keeping Christmas catalogue printed by Newspaper Club.

Festive finds

'Tis the season of festive flair at Choosing Keeping, the meticulously curated stationery and gift shop in London. This year, their Christmas catalogue comes in the form of a mini newspaper, showcasing their range of exquisite blown glass ornaments, stocking stuffers and wrapping papers.

"We’ve had hundreds of people from around the world requesting a copy."

In a nod to holiday history, the design is a treasure trove of found elements with borders, backgrounds, fonts and illustrations sourced from "piles upon piles of vintage materials."

“Our customers appreciate the analog medium,” says Choosing Keeping. “They absolutely love the catalogue and we’ve had hundreds of people from around the world requesting a copy.”

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Not Another Film Lab photography zine printed by Newspaper Club.

Analogue anniversary

The First Year celebrates one year of Not Another Film Lab and its mission to keep film photography alive in Denver, Colorado. The 28-page newspaper showcases the work of over 40 photographers and artists who trusted the lab with their film.

“Our customers love how big it is,” they say about the digital tabloid. “It does their photography justice.” The first run of 50 copies sold out quickly - but the good news is, they’ve got a second edition on the way! Designed by Aaron Middleton.

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Philly Storyfest program and poster printed by Newspaper Club.

Philadelphia stories

Philly Story Fest brings journalists and locals together for a celebration of art, music and storytelling by and for the people of Philadelphia. For the inaugural event last month, organisers Back Pocket Media used our tabloids for a programme that doubled as a souvenir poster.

Philly Storyfest program and poster printed by Newspaper Club.

"We love exploring creative program designs for our shows and as soon as we saw Newspaper Club, we knew we had to use y'all for Story Fest,” says executive producer Tay Glass. “People loved it! We received lots of comments about how well the newspaper matched with the programming as a whole.” Designed by Myth.

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Guild On The Rise industry insights magazine printed by Newspaper Club

Career chronicle

On the Rise is a new publication from Guild, a platform that helps companies offer education and upskilling opportunities to their employees. Filled with success stories and industry insights, the tabloid is a tangible testament to Guild's impact.

"It nailed the ‘surprise and delight’ effect we were going for."

“A printed newspaper is more special and personalized than a digital PDF,” says creative director Emma Dakin. When Guild distributed the newspaper at a recent event,  “it nailed the ‘surprise and delight’ effect we were going for,” Emma says. “Multiple attendees applauded the unique format and design.”

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Marleybones pet food brand newspaper. Printed by Newspaper Club.

Barking news

Dog food brand Marleybones is howling with excitement as they embark on a major milestone – hitting the shelves of retail giants like Waitrose! And they’re using our digital tabloids to share the news and introduce their pup-pleasing product to a new audience.

Marleybones pet food brand newspaper. Printed by Newspaper Club.

“A newspaper allows us to share a compelling story that goes beyond simple product promotion,” says co-founder Josephine Bager. “We can dive into the heart of our brand, share our values and connect with our audience on a more personal level.”

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Powderham castle wedding venue marketing newspaper. Printed by Newspaper Club.

Altar articles

For a recent wedding show, Powderham Castle wanted a brochure as unique as their venue. “We didn't want to just blend in with the crowd with generic information,” says heritage manager Derry Tydeman.

The Powderham Press, printed on our tabloids, is their solution - a distinctive format to share their story alongside eye-catching imagery of their stunning location in Devon.

“People loved the newspapers at the show,” says Derry. “They are such good value and Newspaper Club’s service was impeccable. We're already talking in the office about what else we could print as a newspaper!”

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