Interior design

The design of the interior of a book is foremost a service to the reader. From simple novels to complicated technical books to full-color illustrated volumes, the designer makes decisions that aid the reader in absorbing content and appreciating images. From trim size, to type style, to image layout, the book design makes the book function. The aesthetic choices made by the designer help the book communicate. The sample pages below show a variety of moods set for their respective books.

Peter, Paul and Mary pp.4-5Peter, Paul and Mary: 50 Years

JapaneseMaster12-13Japanese Masters: Hokusai and Hiroshige


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