At Blurb we take our relationship with our customers seriously. Your enthusiasm and creativity inspires us to build new and better products, and help us prioritize what to do next. ImageWrap is a great example of this dynamic at work. One of the most vocal groups in support of the ImageWrap product was the children’s book set – and the need here was both aesthetic and practical. Apparently kids chew stuff – including Blurb dust jackets. ImageWrap covers are both stunning and durable. And our ImageWrap covers aren’t impervious to biting, but they hold up a lot better than dust jackets.
Check out Alpha Critters by David S. Rose, a great example of a children’s book that we’re guessing will see its share of ImageWrap orders. Each page has a different letter of the alphabet, made by a bendy critter of some sort. David says this is “a great book for learning the alphabet and numbers while enjoying the graphic illustrated critters.” David was actually in the running for BOTW a few weeks back with blur b – which is by no means a children’s book of illustrated critters. So not only is David’s work interesting, but versatile too.
Congrats on BOTW David.