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Why not cut corners? (round corners, that is!)

BooksEmmanuelle HesselComment

There are many fantastic ways to make your book stand out from its neighbour on the bookstore shelves and one of those is to finish off with round corners.

This, traditionally has been used on children’s books as it adds a smooth edge and takes away the risk of children hurting themselves with pointy corners. But, it’s not just the safety factor that makes this manufacturing finish a popular one. Round corners now feature prominently on a variety of books from coffee table books, cook books, stationery items through to gift books and journals.