Explore Ideas

Need a jumping-off point for your next project but don't know where to start? These sample ideas might just be what you need.

A stack of hardcover books titled “Little Red Riding Hood” with a stylized red-and-black cover. A stack of books titled “Matematik Tahun 3”, decorated with three cartoon children running in a field. A stack of booklets labelled “Art History & Visual Design” on the cover, decorated with an image of graduating students throwing their caps into the air. A magazine opened to a page of a woman in pink sneakers and black sweat suit sitting on a black sofa. There is a grey sneaker in the background resting on its side. A catalogue opened to a page printed “Big Sale” in bold, black lettering, and “50% Off” underneath. The next page appears to show a collection of assorted furniture. A thick book labelled “Employee Development” with a red bordered design.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a booklet?

Booklets, as the name suggests, are small books, usually with a soft paper cover and not too many pages. Usually, they're meant to contain specific information about something.

How big are your booklets?

Ours come in 4 sizes: A4, A5, A6, and B5+.

How long should my booklet?

Well, that depends on what you need it for. It has to start at 8 pages to be considered a booklet, but we offer up to 80 pages in total.