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written matter following the main text of a book

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Attention to the aesthetics of book design intensified as a response to mass production in the later decades of the nineteenth century, from general perceptions about books as art, to the influence of Japonisme on book illustrations, page design, and decorated bindings.
With my different students all having chosen different book designs, class often became rather hectic during this process.
Among the strengths and weaknesses of the History of the Book in Canada / Histoire du livre et de l'imprime au Canada (HBiC/HLIC), Robert Bringhurst claims that its study of book design was sadly lacking.
Unbuilt America received an Art Director's Club award for book design.
The book design, in its distilled concept, addresses the core of issues and their responses with appropriate endnotes listed at the conclusion of each chapter.
To date, the Society has published five volumes in their al-Ghazali Series, of which two have won the British Book Design and Production Award for the best general paperback: Al-Ghazali on Invocations and Supplications (1991) and Al-Ghazali on the Ninety-nine Beautiful Names of God (1993).
No publisher devotes more attention to book design and production than The Folio Society.
(Innovative Designs in Environment for an Aging Society), a Kirkland, Ohio-based consulting firm and research institute, and author of the book Design for Dementia: Planning Environments for the Elderly and Confused (National Health Publishing, Owings Mills, Md., 1988), says that the very term "wandering" represents an outdated way of thinking.
Grandma Moses' remarkably specific memories and the handsome book design make this a worthwhile addition to the shelf of American folk art.
Richard Hendel states that On book design is not about how to design books but about how books are designed.
Thanks to Walz, and an overly oblong book design that allows the reader to--uncomfortably but rewardingly--hold a plethora of Thorson's drawings, this unknown artist may finally achieve recognition in Canada and abroad.
Book design elements are an important facet of many children's books today.
A follow-up to the author's well-known 1998 text On Book Design, this book looks at how contemporary British and US book designers think about and practice their craft.
With numerous examples (one is on an iPad) and color illustrations, Vogt, a German instructor of digital photography who teaches courses in creating photo books, explains relevant concepts (e.g., book design, color management, and digital printing).
The family asked Abbey Memorials of South Shields to install an open book design measuring 24x18x4in after he died on December 27, 2007.