Book of the Week makes great use of full-bleed spreads

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You’ve got huge panoramic photos that beg to be widely displayed across two pages. We’ve got the bookmaking tools to do it.

No sooner than our own Creative Director explained how to create a gorgeous full-bleed spread, Wernher Krutein worked the technique to perfection in American Cityscapes From Land, Sea, & Air. San Diego looks moody and futuristic. Portland looks vast under hundreds of wind-whipped clouds. This Book of the Week is a prime example of how to create a big impact by spanning images over an entire spread.

Want to see more? Tom Curley’s Italy Panoramas Tuscany 2006 delivers.

Nice work, Wernher and Tom. We like your style. Anybody else using this technique? Post a link to your book; we’d love to see it.

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