Printing Books with Samper
Stephane Glacier, Meilleur Ouvrier de France pâtissier, presents its new publication, featuring typical French christmas sweets. This book presents a large number of bakery recipes that will delight even the most exquisite stomachs. With a didactical focus, making available to other pastry cooks his most elaborated pieces. Samper Impresores achieved the client’s satisfaction with a print quality of highest standards, showing the product with an unusual reality.
Imprenta Samper presents new recipes for entremets and individual small cakes, created by the professors at the Bellouet Conseil school and Jean Michel Perruchon, Meilleur Ouvrier de France. This 312-page book is printed on high-quality paper and abundantly illustrated with full-page photos and assembly diagrams.
This workbook is a chronological tour showing the evolution of Basque art from the 19th century to today. The works of art represented and printed were scrupulously reproduced by Imprenta Samper’s team of professionals, resulting in an ART (in capitals) book. Note the printing of the paintings on high-quality coated paper and the accompanying black card information sheets with metallic silver printing. Lovely combination!
Eighty letters are collected in this volume of particular documentary evidence showing a mosaic of thoughts and reflections that the Italian genius exchanged with librettists, employers and friends. For Imprenta Samper it was one of its greatest challenges as it combined different types of papers having different textures (plant-based, offset white, wood on the front, cloth on the spine) with a spectacular covering resembling in ancient papyri with embossing.
Falstaff was the last creation of the great Italian composer called Giuseppi Verdi. It was a surprising comedy after a long and triumphant career as a dramatic author. Imprenta Samper, together with our exceptional client ABAO, was able to provide an elegant, high quality product using highly precise and enhancing graphics techniques.
The author of this book, Martín Eguía — a fine collector and fan of films — wanted to revive a period in which this art was the main star of leisure of the time. His goal was to make as little use of text as possible, highlighting graphic reproductions so that readers will identify titles with images. Imprenta Samper reflected the best full-colour printing in its pages, “touching up” deficiencies in some of the originals chosen.
The DAIP (the Spanish acronym for Harmonic Development of the Personal Identity) programme is designed for parents as a specific component of preventive, and positive and identity-based child-raising proposed by Identitas to better raise their children. Imprenta Samper participates actively with printing of the various titles published by this Madrid-based educational institution.