5 x 8 Paperback Book with iPhone Mockup

book mockup template paperback iphone

book mockup template paperback iphone

book mockup template paperback iphone

Paperback novel on table with iphone mockup.

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File Info

  • Photoshop PSD File.
  • Mockup works by editing Smart Object layers.
  • 5 x 8 in. Cover
  • 2 in. Spine

Cover credit
Created in house.

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  1. I went all the way through the tutorial and did not see anything about the iPhone that you so kindly made available today. Am I correct in assuming you got the photo into the slightly rotated iPhone mockup using the transform command under the Edit tab in Photoshop?

    • Richard, all the files generally work the same. You double click the layer to edit the smart objects. So in this case the “Phone Cover” layer is the one you want to edit. Double-click on the Icon inside the thumbnail to replace the cover 🙂

  2. Hi, Mark.

    Are you going to make actions for these mock ups live Coveraction Pro? I submitted this question on a previous post however I can’t remember which mock it was for. lol.

    Your actions for photoshop are amazing! Thanks for all you do.

  3. Hi Mark,

    Thanks so much for this brilliant mockup! It’s perfect for what I need. Super easy to use, too.


  4. Hi, Mark ~

    Thank you so much for these mock-ups, and for being generous in sharing them with us. I have a question about the box-sets. What is the best way to get definition between the spines of each individual book? I’ve tried a few times and I just can seem to get my artwork to lay right.

    Again, thank you!


  5. Hi, Mark – these are brilliant; thanks. One query – when I paste into the mock up, the main image matches the angle of the book/phone perectly, but any text (title’author etc) remains stubbornly horizontal. And I’ve flattened the original etc. Any thoughts?

    Best – James

  6. Mark, these are amazing! Because of you, I saved so much time in trying to figure out how to make our book event/signing flyer pop!! I can’t thank you enough for making these designs free to use and for sharing them with us!! Truly appreciate it!!

  7. Thanks for the wonderful mockup, Mark! I use Pixelmator rather than Photoshop as my requirements don’t justify the price tag, and it doesn’t do smart objects so this is my workaround: turn off all layers except the book cover layer I’m working on, paste in my book cover (which creates a new layer), use the Transform command to make my cover a bit smaller, use the Transform/Skew command to pull it around until it fits perfectly over your layer, turn your layer off, turn all other layers on, and voilà! Your logical layer organization made it easy.

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