Booklet normally used for advertising and promotional purposes, usually consists of 25-30 pages or more. Booklet should look good and informative which aims to focus the attention of the reader to convey the message effectively. In this post we are showcasing 15 booklet design ideas to give you some inspiration. Hope you enjoy them!
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15 Elegant and Creative Booklet Designs You Can't Miss
1. Oskar Kullander Booklet designed by Lundgren Lindqvist
Oskar Kullander is a photographer based in Stockholm, Sweden. We have previously designed Oskar’s identity, stationery and website. This time around, Oskar asked us to design a promotional booklet showcasing some of his work up to date.
The result is a 50 page perfect bound booklet including three different paper stocks (uncoated MultiDesign Smooth White for the bulk of the publication, coated MultiArt Silk for the more commercial photos and the light grey Colorit 93 which we have also used throughout Oskar’s stationery) for the insert and the sturdy, structural Munken Lynx Rough for the cover – matching the grainy, honest photo it holds.
If you are an agency or a company interested in working with Oskar, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy of the booklet.
2. Abercrombie & Fitch Annual Report Booklet designed by Lauren Mae Oswald
This project was to re-illustrate the conventional annual report to a moresophisticated, design driven booklet. The qualities of thebrand--classy, sexy, cool, sophisticated, adventurous, andAll-American--are expressed throughout the book, while the financialand importantinformation is still maintained and structured for clear legibility.
Wood textured paperfor front and back cover, binding consists of Japanese stitchedthreading to support the classic, sophisticated, trendy, All-American,and nature-inspired feel of the brand - the inner fiber of Abercrombieand Fitch. 10 x 7 inches
3. Courier (specimen booklet) Booklet designed by Kristen Louie
Below is a selection of 8" x 8" pieces done for an Intro to Graphic Design wintersession course taken during my Freshman year at RISD. Students were assigned a specific typeface to work with throughout the duration of the course; I was given Courier, a typeface designed by Howard Kettler in 1955 that quickly became the standard for the typewriter industry.
The final project was extremely open, asking for one finished work that established a branding identity for the typeface. I chose to do a small 5" x 5" saddle-stitch specimen booklet with a vintage aesthetic.
4. The Grieg Journal, Volume 1 Booklet designed by Live B Molvær
Book designed for the Grieg Society of Great Britan. Printed on recycled stock with two pantone colours throughout.
5. CITITALES Booklet designed by dimitra papastathi
Cititales is a selection of four old classic fairytales readjusted to the contemporary urban life. Jack grew a massive sky scrapper and Tom Thumb followed the cigarette butts to find his way back home. Can we see our urban life as a fairytale? Funny or cynic? ..And they lived happily ever after. Cititales consists of a booklet wrapped inside a folded poster.
6. Adobe Caslon Type Specimen Booklet designed by Two Times Elliott
Adobe Caslon – A small internal project to explore a few of our favourite typefaces. Using our in-house risograph we were able to produce three seperate type specimens exploring the dynamic and characteristics of our selected typeface.
7. Dossier Booklet designed by tristan palmer
A 90pp booklet documenting my professional activity and development over my final year at Bath Spa university. Colour coded to differentiate between sections.
Custom size, printed on a range of GF Smith and Fedrigoni stocks, with a velvet laminate cover, and several cromatico translucent title pages. Printed by Ripe Digital.
8. P22 Johnston Underground Type Specimen Booklet designed by Two Times Elliott
P22 Underground – A small internal project to explore a few of our favourite typefaces. Using our in-house risograph we were able to produce three seperate type specimens exploring the dynamic and characteristics of our selected typeface.
9. Self Promotion - Mini Portfolio Booklet designed by Emma Benyon
After creating my first publication for my sisters New Blood picture book I decided I would carry on the fun and create a little portfolio to promote myself in the hope of landing a summer placement. I made five portfolios and photographed a varity of my work from the past year. This work included logo design, print design & packaging design. I also included an introduction about myself and my reason for sending such a gift, a contact page & an RSVP form to fill out with a stamped envelope for politness. I sent them only a few hours ago so I won't be expecting a reply until next week at the earliest. My fingers are firmly crossed.
10. portfolio Booklet designed by Nathan Hinz
Thought I'd post this portfolio I made a while back, when people still made portfolios. Each "page" was a window envelope that could display a project, and show more elements of that project. Allowed for a quick overview and a rich presentation in one book. It is completely handmade, mostly with found materials, my favorite being the spine made from orange duct tape I have never been able to re-find, sadly. Enjoy!
11. Pip Hackett S/S12 Felt Hat Lookbook Booklet designed by Two Times Elliott
Pip Hackett S/S12 Felt Hat Lookbook - Book 1 of 4 - 100 Spread Book printed by Avenue Litho.
12. Eastie Empire Booklet designed by Two Times Elliott
Eastie Empire A/W 12 Look Book - In-house Riso printed on 60gsm newsprint - Free bound.
13. Book Print Booklet designed by Thomas Guilmin
Print version of my portfolio. Everything was realised manually, including the box that contains the booklets.
14. Orekhprom Booklet designed by QUSQUS
OREKHPROM BOOKLET | Designing of the presentation booklet for Orehprom company. Orehprom is the largest supplier of nuts in Russia. The booklet’s task — to mark out the company against competitors and to show the reached level by current year. The conception based on facts and figures is reflecting all advantages of the company and speaking about reached level — it was the best decision of this task.
15. Stockholm Universitet Booklet designed by Emil Karlsson
Design a booklet containing course information for Child Language 1 at Stockholm University.