Our design team recently finished managing an offset printing job for artist Tyler Trasher. Grow a Damn is an excellent book for hard-core and aspiring gardeners. Acting as a log book, gardeners can track their plants’ growth over seasons, take notes, and draw sketches. Essentially, when complete, the book will act as a plant database for gardeners to refer to when questions or concerns about their plants arise. Included inside are also helpful tips for garden maintenance, pest control, fertilizing, and more.Continue reading “Grow a Damn by Tyler Trasher”
Reviewing offset printer proofs is an important step when printing thousands of copies of your book. Proofing ensures that what is being printed is correct and at the quality you expect. We highly recommend taking advantage of the proofing stage during offset printing, especially for 4-color art books or anybody with high quality standards for their final product.Continue reading “All About Offset Printer Proofs”
If you’re new to book printing, you may be wondering which type of book printer you should be working with. There are two main types of printers: digital printers and offset printers. How do you know which is the correct printer for your project?
To answer this question, let’s first explain how each type of printing works.Continue reading “Offset Printing vs. Digital Printing: Which is the right fit for you?”