Exposed Print On Spine

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This is only one of three pieces I’ve ever seen.  A lot of things are somewhat normal about this piece is it’s a case wrapped front and back cover glued on separately to the end papers.  It has an expose spine, but what’s unusual about this is that you can read the title on the spine. How is that done? It was done with a lot of planning and organization because the printer who is doing this printing, the normal, printed pages have to have dots printed in certain places on the printed sections.  We had to work with a dummy book, mark the different spots in the different signatures, and line them up so you could read the title.  We did a normal binding; folding collating, smyth sewing; but this one is very distinctive in that yes you can read the print on the expose spine.  Obviously, this could be done with multiple colours or one color. Copy could be bigger or smaller or wider. There’s creative ways to make this even more effective.  So if your client wants you to do something that’s off-the-wall, unique functional, please give us a call.

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Exposed Print On Spine: Redefining Book Design

In the ever-evolving landscape of bookbinding and publishing, the quest for distinctive and innovative designs is a never-ending journey. Among the rare gems that have emerged in this creative exploration is the concept of “Exposed Print On Spine,” a technique that elevates book design to a whole new level.

A Rare and Remarkable Find

Exposed Print On Spine is not a common sight; in fact, it’s a rarity in the world of bookbinding. Only a handful of pieces showcase this unique feature, and it’s turning heads for all the right reasons.

The Anatomy of Innovation

What sets Exposed Print On Spine apart is its innovative approach to book construction. While many books follow the conventional route of binding, this technique takes a different path. The book boasts a case-wrapped front and back cover, each separately glued to the endpapers. This construction alone adds a layer of distinctiveness to the book.

Readability at its Core

However, what truly makes this technique stand out is the ability to read the title on the spine. This might sound like a simple feat, but it involves meticulous planning and precise execution. The printer responsible for this ingenious idea strategically placed dots on the printed sections, ensuring that when the book is bound, the title aligns perfectly and becomes legible on the exposed spine.

A World of Creative Possibilities

The Exposed Print On Spine technique opens up a world of creative possibilities. It can be executed with multiple colors or a single color. The size and style of the text can be customized to suit the book’s aesthetics. In essence, there are endless ways to make this technique even more effective and captivating.

Your Unique Vision, Realized

If you or your client are on the lookout for something out-of-the-box, uniquely functional, and artistically distinctive, Exposed Print On Spine is the answer. This technique takes book design to new heights, pushing the boundaries of what’s traditionally possible in the world of bookbinding.

So, if you’re ready to embark on a journey that defies convention and explores the extraordinary, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re here to guide you through the process and transform your vision into a remarkable reality. Let your book’s spine tell its own captivating story with Exposed Print On Spine.

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