Powells Book Store

Custom Hardcover Slipcase

This Custom Hardcover Slipcase mimics the book cover and draws attention with it's bold foil stamping.

This premium custom hardcover slipcase for Powell's Indispensable literary subscription club, protects the limited-edition book, while the design entices shoppers and recipients to read more about lies within its pages.  To provide a sense of intrigue, we focused the design on heavy shadows, using a two-color foil stamping to mimic the book's cover graphics.

Constructed with a recycled Black Chipboard from Newman Paperboard, the slipcase is wrapped in Multicolor Vanilla by premium paper manufacturer Neenah. 

The black and red foil stamping was completed in-house by our Master Foil Technician Ron Pontbriant, who ensures every print is as precise as the machines can get with the foil and the materials. 

Like Powell’s, Taylor Box is a third-generation-owned company that wants to provide its customers with customized quality products that they will love and cherish for a long time; but most importantly, we want our customers to have an experience that is unique and memorable.

Project Details

Foil Stamping

Industry Box Style

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