AsukaBook Launches Three New Custom Products
AsukaBook's premium genuine leather cover is available for photographers
who want classic elegance to finish off their AsukaBook project. A timeless
look with beautiful simplicity, this cover option is available with selected
sizes of the company's books, and with either Varnish or Laminate page
finishes. Text embossing is available on the cover in a classic font with hot
stamping. AsukaBook uses all natural hides so some slight variations in the
textures and color may occur - lending to the uniqueness and authenticity of
the product. Prices for the Book Bound LX line range from $292 - $432.
For photographer's who prefer to offer their clients an "Animal Friendly" product, while still providing the look and feel of fine leather, AsukaBook's Book Bound FLX line is the perfect option. This faux "leather" has a natural leather feel to it and it is very consistent in look from order to order. Prices for the Book Bound FLX line range from $172 - $312.
Now available in Varnish, the affordable EX books offer photographers the highest in quality, color management, paper and finishes in a Coffee Table Style Book. The AsukaBook Book Bound EX line is unique in that it offers a beautiful book jacket with the same design on the jacket as on the cover. Also available with inside laminate pages with the option of a matte or glossy finish, the EX line fits in a high gloss red or black case with personalized hot stamping on the front.
In addition, AsukaBook is adding an 11x12.5 inch option to the Book Bound EX line of products. This non square format has been highly requested by AsukaBook customers. Prices for the 11x12.5 inch Book Bound EX range from $175 - $262.
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