Roll & Hill Catalogs by Studio Lin, via Behance

*put in binder, or use separately, bound with rubber band. Roll & Hill Catalogs by Studio Lin (punched notches in each spec sheet allow customization per customer. Use individually or bind with rubber band)

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Design attractive book layout

Could be interesting to apply this design approach to various types of insurance information and send as a reference to studios, agencies, etc. Much like the stumptown how to brew coffee books.

In case anyone is interested in bookbinding options, here some links that might be of use: In bookbinding, a dos-à-dos binding (from the French meaning “back-to-back”) is a binding stru…

Bookbinding Techniques

Beautiful finishing is provided by a saddle stitch method that ensures a rigid fold appropriate for a thick booklet as well as high-precision alignment, and a unique power-saving cutting and trimming method.

The Basic Binding of Books: A Tutorial by Jamie Butler

crafty stars Totally want a pic like this when my baby boy gets here :) The Basic Binding of Books: A Tutorial by Jamie Butler

Jiani Lu    |    http://lujiani.com "The Bookbinding Essentials is a series of handmade booklets prepared for a coptic binding workshop with -ING, a Dubai creative community. Each booklet features a velum hole-pattern reference sheet, two binder’s needles, waxed thread and clamp clips." Jiani is a 23 year old designer, photographer, bookbinder, tea enthusiast and night owl. Originally from Toronto, currently based in Dubai, Jiani has a serious passion for design and is always eager to ...

The Bookbinding Essentials is a series of handmade booklets prepared for a coptic binding workshop with -ING, a Dubai creative comunity.Each booklet features a velum hole-pattern reference sheet, two binder's needles, waxed thread and clamp clips.

There are lots of ways to sew a bias binding to finish a garment, so I’ve put together a series of tutorials to walk you through three of my favorite options! You’ll see these demonstrated on my Gemma sewing pattern, but you can use these techniques for any necklines, armholes, or hems that you please! Click on the photosRead more...

This is the third and final tutorial in my bias binding series. Many of my women’s sewing patterns, including the Gemma tank shown in this post, use bias binding to finish the neckline and armholes. There are so many ways to attach bias binding!

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