Expanding a full bleed image over the first or last spread of a magazine is a great way to create impact. When you have two different kinds of paper for the insert and the cover, it's good to be aware of their different printing properties. It's about both the looks and the feel – the visual and tactile experience.
We asked Ola Olson from the printer Larssons Offsettryck about what the printer can do to make the spread look great. Read his tips for graphic designers and for printing companies, and look at the examples here below. You are also very welcome to order a free printed sample of our customer magazine PAPER, to examine the result.