Supercharge your yearbook's theme with visual validation


Once the theme is adopted, the cover created, the theme spreads refined and the typefaces selected, it is time to take theme development to the next level (verbal and visual support). The theme may be illustrated by pictures that appear on the cover and endsheets. Most books, however, have title pages, openings, dividers (either sections or chronological) and closings. The photos on those pages must clearly illustrate the theme’s message.

Get the ultimate in classroom resource with Balfour Squares. Use these square pads of 25 sheets for information, inspiration and intervention. Customers may order Balfour Squares from our customer site, StudioBalfour


For more information about Balfour Squares, contact your Balfour representative.

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