Illustrating Book of the Week

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Meet Me by the Fall Down Tree” stole our hearts the second we laid eyes on it. We see a lot of fantastic portfolio books come through from all of you, but this book of children’s fine art by Adam Record really popped at us this week.

His whimsical illustrations are just our style (LOVE the bird & whale!) and his book is a perfect example of how your book can work as a product and portfolio as one. Adam has an etsy shop where he sells prints of his work, but this book is a perfect alternative for those of you who want a little of everything he’s done. Check out the preview and order your own copy here!

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  1. I have almost finished a book and am realizing I can’t paste excel documents into the file. If this is the case, I’m totally screwed and have done days of work for nothing. Is it really not possible to put spreadsheets in a book. If this is the case, I am super disappointed.


    By Thad
      November 14, 2008 – 3:29 am   Permalink
  2. couldn’t you just get a screen grab of the spreadsheet and save as a jpeg…

      November 18, 2008 – 1:46 am   Permalink
  3. would it work to save them as pdfs?

    By lain
      November 18, 2008 – 11:34 am   Permalink
  4. You will have to print them and scan them or save the files as images to import into the book. The Screenshot is a good idea or simply print out the tables and scan them as images.

    By Jessica
      November 19, 2008 – 3:14 am   Permalink

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