This is where you can make your book special and distinct from other albums on the market. We have a selection of options to help you customise the interior of your book. You have worked on customising your cover, now lets do the same to the inside. Remember we are a specialist manufacturer and can produce anything within reason so if you design a custom idea for your studio then I'm sure we can find a way to incorporate it into your book.
What better way to remind your clients where their book came from than to emboss your studio logo somewhere inside. We can keep your logo on file and emboss any book you need.
We offer a single or a double flip-out page. This is where you have fitted an extra page to the one underneath - it is one big 'door' instead of two smaller ones on the gatefold. This way, your print remains whole and you open it up to find two more whole prints inside. For an added WOW effect, make the opposing page a flip-out as well and see your client's faces when this one double page spread opens up to reveal another 4 spreads inside.
A gatefold is like opening up a print and discovering a whole new world inside. The print on top has been cut in two, this give you two 'doors' to open and on the inside you find another print mounted, with prints also on the back of the doors. What you choose to put on top and inside your 'doors' is up to you - let your imagination run wild!
Supply us with the material of your choosing to fully customize your book. We have worked with a range of different materials, including this one from Society.
We can start your bool with our Vellum Title page. You can have just a plain old boring blank vellum page inserted or, you could have your client's name printed on it, your studio logo printed on it - again let your imagination loose and see what you can come up with.
Vellum interleaves are just plain blank vellum pages mounted within your book for two reasons. One gives it that more traditional look of an album, whilst the second is for those photographers concerned about the two facing digital images rubbing against one another.