We finished a custom book project for the University at Buffalo for a competition. The book was designed by Edgewise Design in Rochester, NY. The cover of this book was made out of plexiglass with leaf skeletons encased in the plexiglass. The spine was created from a Japanese silk. The book block was printed on our HP Indigo 3050 on Mohawk Color Premium 100# Text. The final page had a pocket which held a menu for the competition.
So how do we know what pages to include in a book?
Are you struggling figuring out where your copyright information should be placed in your book? If you answered yes, then this guide is for you. We will provide you with advice for including pages in your book and their traditional placement within a book at the time of printing your book.
Booksmart Studio has created a starter guide that will help you to determine where critical pages of your book should be placed within your covers. These guidelines follow the Chicago style guide for books and their pages, which serves as a guide for publishers and book artists.