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Connected, Custom Art Book Printing

    We recently completed a custom art book printing, Connected, for the photographer Amy Lombard. Amy works in Brooklyn, New York, and in 2013 she started to photograph meetups. Many folks and articles bemoan that today's internet culture and smartphones Read more [...]..

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    From Eat Street, with Love: Cookbook Printing

      From Eat Street, with Love: Stories and Recipes from Minneapolis' Best Tasting Neighborhood is in its second printing at Bookmobile, after its first run quickly sold out! We've produced many cookbook printing projects, and this is definitely one of Read more [...]..

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      Kickstarter Children’s Book, The Tailor’s Sword

        The Tailor's Sword is a new Kickststarter children's book written by Katelyn Forster and illustrated by Kerilynn Ayers. The Tailor's Sword is a classic tale of a dragon with a drudge—the tailor's bride becomes a hideous hag and it ends up taking more Read more..

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        How Is Our Book Printing Cost Calculated?

          Here's a question I commonly hear at Bookmobile: How is the book printing cost calculated? My short answer is that the cost depends on the specifications of your book—page count, trim size, binding, materials, and quantity—and if any of those..

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          Najma, Printing a Kickstarter Fiction Book

            Najma is the latest novel we've printed for a Kickstarter client. Written by Danny Sherrard, Najma is the story of an "Arabic dream-book that must be translated to resurrect a hero mummified on the moon and open a secret passageway through time and Read more..

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            Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Bookmobile began as a design and typesetting production house in 1982 and started offering print services in 1996. When your project comes to Bookmobile, it gets the benefit of thirty-three years of know-how. We work with over 900 publishers, including literary presses, university presses, trade houses, museums, galleries, and artists. Contact Us