Iris & June On Their Brew Recipes

Recipes1-500x305What could be more exciting than having a cup of coffee with the latest edition of the newspaper in the hands? Think of having personally hand-scripted recipes from grannies’ of prominent café owner’s for you to read in the morning. How exciting would it be? Iris & June is the name of an artisan café located in London. So what do they do? They were different. When they celebrated their first birthday, they went on classic tabloid publication with a thank you not for the roaster, farmers, visionaries, a designer who were part of the success. The newspaper is attractively designed. The café was found in April 2014, and they cater to outstanding food, coffee, and excellent customer service. It is no doubt a neighborhood café. The café is sure to stay for long and be the pride of the locals.

On their first birthday, they wanted to tell their community about what Iris & June is all about and how they are different from the rest. This publication is to celebrate all those who rendered their support and brought Iris & June to this level. It was not easy to achieve this. To make this possible they had to join hands with talent team of Proud Creative to come up with a customized publication. So what is special with the publication? It has everything you want to know about the world of good food and aromatic coffee. It is designed to invoke the passion and about the creative minds they meet every day. Café recipes are shared that are loved by customers.

Fern – Memories On The Paper

IMG_2279 copyFind awe-inspiring stories on the blog Fernweh owned by designer Tom Reinert . Tom and his girlfriend were on a world tour in 2014, and the blog was inspired by the tour. The meaning of Fernweh is the ‘urge to travel’. It is of German origin. It is a German blog, and the meaning of Fernweh is clearly distinguished. The memories of his tour have been published in the blog on a digital broadsheet newspaper. It is canned the Fern, meaning far in German. The electronic blog was a big hit among near and dear, and this instigated Reinert to come up with the print. That was when the memories were transferred into paper.

Tom believed that newspaper was the perfect medium to spread the message. He decided to add more pictures and combined it with the smaller inlay of the newspaper. Glossy paper was used for photo prints. It has been a year since the trip happened and yet the memories of the trip stay fresh through these papers. They enjoy reading, again and again, the stories. The memories are kept alive on paper. Reinert’s projects are available on his website, and Fern is available with The Newsagent. Reinert has made a big impression with his newspaper.

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