Discussing policies, quality and specifications of booklet printing at Printkeg.

How to Arrange Pages When Printing Booklets

November 18, 2019

Print companies like us usually produce booklets with the Saddle-Stitch binding method. This arrangement uses printed sheets folded together then stapled through the fold line with wire staples. The staples pass through the folded crease from the outside and clinch between the centermost pages. The result is a straightforward, professional booklet. This article will help […]

Did You Get A Weird Patronus From That Pottermore Quiz?

September 24, 2016

There was huge buzz circulating around the new Pottermore quiz that allows account holders to discover their Patronus. Sounds like a bunch of fun right? From the mouth of JK Rowling herself, the quiz works great because she got a heron. As if the goddess of Potterland was going to receive a rat. As if […]

Beautiful Newsletter Print Designs for Businesses

August 11, 2015

The world has been overridden with email newsletters as they invasively flood our inboxes. Yes, emails are unquestionably effective, but a well crafted and colorful newsletter can be more engaging and impactful for businesses striving for the attention of customers while building an impressive brand. Here are a few incredible newsletter designs we discovered at […]

Brochure Ideas – Ways To Make Them Better

January 31, 2014

Brochures can be an awesome method of showcasing any brand while providing detailed information about products and services. Unfortunately, many small business owners don’t spend enough time or resources on creating a well executed brochure…and that’s sad for me to watch as a printer. There are a few simple ways to enhance the brochure experience […]

Step-By-Step Instructions To Format Your Booklet For Printkeg Using Adobe InDesign

January 24, 2014

As the Art Director at Printkeg, I receive numerous questions about setting up booklets for print. Most of the customer’s who are inquiring about setup are using the Adobe program InDesign. For the below step-by-step instructions, I will be showing how to setup a 12 page, full sized booklet. Step 1: Open up a new […]

Creating Cool Comics

September 28, 2013

Since the very beginning, our company has been printing comic art. Observing the brilliant comic book artwork flowing through our facility is one major reason why we love owning a print company so much. As a former comic book fanatic, it’s always fun to see various works of sequential art. I especially thought some recent […]

More About Our Booklet Printing

March 6, 2012

Undoubtedly, PrintKEG prints some seriously nice booklets and newsletters. Each booklet is full bleed, saddle-stiched (fancy term for stapled) and full color making them great for almost any book type including comic books, calendars, event guides, and playbills. Our customers receive a super high-quality item for unbelievably low prices. We’ve explained our options to a […]

Featured Client: Robbie White

January 5, 2011

We are very grateful for each and every client, and hope our blog can help market their causes while also demonstrating the wide variety of people who choose PrintKEG. Welcome to our new series, Featured Clients. Robbie White was born in Charlotte, N.C. in 1948, the second son in a family of five boys. His […]

More Comic Printing

October 19, 2010

We recently finished printing a new comic book for Todd Tochiaka in Santa Monica, California, called project-17. We are extremely proud of the way these booklets turned out. If you are interested in ordering a book from Todd, visit his website. If you need a printer for your comic books, give us a chance to […]

Self Publish Your Book

October 5, 2010

Mr. Robbie White recently chose PrintKEG to publish and distribute his books for children. He now pays 60% less than what he paid at Lulu.com. As a self-publisher, Mr. White can profit a lot more per book. That’s the power of choosing PrintKEG. Helping artists living the dream of supporting themselves through selling artwork and […]