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"Digital Book Design and Publishing"



Just in! The definitive guide to digital artist book production for
educators, artists, photographers, and designers.

"Digital Book Design and Publishing"
Douglas Holleley
Clarellen and Cary Graphic Arts Press, 2001
Laminated paperback, 8.5 x 10.5 in., 316 pages
ISBN: 0-9707138-0-0
Price: $39.95

To order and to view our catalogue, visit Cary Graphic Arts Press
online: http://wally.rit.edu/cary/carypress.html
Phone orders: (716) 475-6766

This book covers all the essentials of digital bookmaking for those who
want to move beyond the manuscript to the page. Based on his years of
work as a photographer, bookmaker and teacher Holleley has developed a
clear and considered approach to "Digital Book Design and Publishing."
Inside one will find a progression through the process of bookmaking,
from a consideration of mock up and materials, through printing and
bookbinding, as well as a step-by-step guide to page layout and image
processing software. Features a rich selection of full-color
reproductions from historical and contemporary illustrated books and
artists’ books, as well as explanatory diagrams and screen captures.

Douglas Holleley received a M.F.A. in photography at Visual Studies
Workshop in Rochester, New York. In 1997 he earned a Ph.D. from Sydney
University. Holleley’s books and photographs are held in many
collections including International Museum of Photography at George
Eastman House, Center of Creative Photography, Australian National
Gallery, and Australian National Library.

The Cary Graphic Arts Press is the publication arm of the Melbert B.
Cary, Jr. Graphic Arts Collection at Rochester Institute of Technology
in Rochester, New York. The collection is a renowned resource for those
studying printing history, bookbinding, typography, papermaking,
calligraphy, and book illustration processes. Visit us for graphic arts
publications marked by strong scholarship and editorial direction,
elegant design, and fine printing.

--
Amelia Hugill-Fontanel

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