Some people have the fondness to collect their favorite magazines and then go back to see them and review them from time to time or, after a while, have them as a collector's item. For example, a few months ago they showed me a collection of all the copies of Blanco y Negro magazine, a Spanish publication founded in 1891 by Torcuato Luca de Tena. Without a doubt a relic.
If we go to more current publications, adolescents collect youth magazines, in my time was Ragazza, and other cultural publications such as Muy Interesante, which is not bad to review from time to time. There are also those who collect newspapers, not all but those of some significant date.
At the end of the day through them we also maintain our historical memory, it is as a way of giving faith that we were present in that historical moment. For example, I have kept the newspaper of the day that Barak Obama became president of the United States, to name one that he now remembers.
Very well because all this scroll has a decorative motive, yes, and is that those newspapers that we have saved can also be exposed in our home and decorate the walls as if they were wallpaper. In the hallway, in our room, in the living room ... .. anywhere we want.
You can stick with carpenter's glue diluted in water and once it is dry give them a coat of varnish. You can also use any newspaper pages and save those that really interest you because if you ever change your home you can not take the wall with you.