Economical Use of Color If your budget won’t allow for four-color process printing, consider using one or two colors more creatively. Perhaps you could print a single PMS color or black on a colored paper stock, effectively creating a second Continue Reading
ECONOMICAL USE OF COLOR…. !
Now, let’s move on from spiral and wiro binding and take a look into the world of soft cover binding. Bookshops nowadays stock an assortment of fiction and nonfiction literature as well as and many popular novels and old favorites. These books Continue Reading
After talking about soft and hard cover books and coffee table books, I want to look into wiro binding and spiral binding and their pros and cons today. First, what is this type of binding usually used for? Wiro and spiral binding is used for Continue Reading
After taking a look at digital and print media, let’s discuss books. I have books in all shapes, sizes and genres; hardcover, paperback – some even printouts of e-books with brown-paper covers! They say you should never judge a book by its Continue Reading
The last time I discussed the merits of hardbound and softcover books. This time I thought we would talk about a particular kind of hardcover book. One which has niche value and is very much a collector’s item – the coffee table book. Continue Reading