Author Archives: Nicole Baxter

Baby as Art, Fine Art Photo Book Printing

    The Baby as Art Workbook is one of the most gorgeous and cutest photo books Bookmobile has ever printed—let's just get that out of the way first. Comprised of photos of newborns in beautiful settings by professional photographers, it's a fine art Read..

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    Art Book Printing for Sound Artists

      How does art book printing for sound artists work? Tristan Perich's 0.01s: The First 1/100th Second of a 1-Bit Symphony is a perfect example. When I receive a quote request for book printing, I usually have no idea what a book is..

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      Why Yes, We DO We Print Literary Journals and Magazines

        At Bookmobile, of course we print books, but we also print literary, art, and scholarly journals and magazines . . . . . . for undergraduate and MFA programs, writing programs, literary presses, university presses, associations, etc. Bookmobile provides Read more [...]..

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        Art Book Printing Deserves Better than Print-on-Demand

          Museums, galleries, and artists, like traditional book publishers, are also juggling unit costs, inventory, and production management when printing their art books. While it may seem that Print-on-Demand (POD) is their only option for producing books Read more [...]..

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          Art Book Printing for The Drawing Center

            What you want on your bookshelf is the entire Drawing Papers series from The Drawing Center in SoHo, New York. Bookmobile has been printing their art exhibition catalogs since 2008, and we look forward to opening every interior file to..

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