Another Eblast for Wire-o? I just did one last week! Last week was about styles and price ratios. This week is about ideas, unusual sizes, shapes, stands, material and etc…
Picture #1 is a massive piece measuring 18” x 24”!
Picture #2 is screen printed plastic used for pricing at store like Walmart. Usually when we do price books the pages have numbers from zero to nine.
Picture #3 is die-cut shaped and very wide.
Picture #4 and #5 is a long narrow book with a full back and white cover. However, upon opening the cover; presto there are 6 different separate books!
Picture #6 shows 18 of some 30 plus colours that wire-o comes in. Sometimes a client wants a colour match…UPS brown…Home Depot orange…Royal Bank blue…T. D Bank green, IBM blue…no problem. We can often colour paint silver wire-o to the colour your job needs!
Picture #7 shows wire-o spaced…in 3 colours.
Picture #8 shows a die-cut shaped book on a “stand.”
Picture #9 until recently the maximum thickness for wire-o was 1 1/8”. Now we can bind up to 1 1/2”
Picture #10 and #11 show a one-piece case wrapped cover in a wire-o book.
Picture #12 shows a plastic vacuum formed cover. The “knife” is hollow. The inside of the cover is lined with 20pt cover material.
Picture #13 and #14 show a “giant” wire-o board book. It measures 34 ½” wide 19” deep and when opened it measures 38” x 34 ½”. It is the first job I’ve seen that specified two “calendar hanger loops.”
When designing a wire-o bound book style don’t be constrained by size, shape, material, stand styles…the range is incredibly wide!