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Graphistudio Italian Photobook Wedding Album

Graphistudio is has been making wedding album in Italy as the first wedding photobook producer since 1997. They combine the uniqueness of hand binding with more than sixty steps to the whole production process! Each photobook album is created to last for many many generations, preserving the photographic memories and retaining its shape & colours. The album comes as standard with a printed dust jacket and hard back cover. Here are some images of my Graphistudio sample albums which are viewable at the pre-wedding consultation.

There are 3 different parent album sizess that Graphistudio offer, detailed below. Each of these combinations are the same price i.e. 4 copies in 10x10cm size costs the same as the 2 copies of 15x15cm.

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SIZE

The Graphistudio album is 8″ x 8″ (20cm x 20cm) square format for Main Albums. If you wanted to add a Parent Copy (or two) then these are available in a package deal (see below)

COVERS

The main album is a traditional linen bound book with a sturdy feel. The image above shows the dust jacket cover which is printed onto photographic paper and then wrapped around the linen cover.

PAPER TYPE

The images above show the beautiful textured paper option. The other options: Standard ‘Photographic’ paper, ‘Metallic’ adds a 3d element to colours and lastly ‘Smooth’ which is a simple matt crisp paper.

LAY FLAT

These albums (as with all of our albums) make use of a lay flat binding technique allowing images to be printed over the centre without losing any of the image in the crease.

PARENT COPIES

You have a choice of 4x copies 4″x4″ (10cm x 10cm), 2x copies 6″x6″ (15cm x 15cm) or 1x copy 8″x8″ (20cm x 20cm) – each formation costs  the same price but must be ordered with the main album.

HANDMADE

For the last 12 years, Graphistudio have been producing the wedding photo book style album. They are handmade in Arba, not so far from Venice at their headquarters – Count Ceconi Castle.

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