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Family at Blurb
26 Apr 2017

The Balancing Act: How Blurb Parents Juggle Work and Kids

It’s almost May, and the sunshine is finally peeking through the clouds. As temperatures start to rise, you’ve probably noticed your company calendar filling up with PTO alerts for summer travels.  For us adults, breaks in school no longer mean a break from having to be somewhere, but they do mean something to those of us with kids. With Spring Break behind us and Summer...

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Author Spotlight: Letter Shoppe & Dina Marie Rodriguez
25 Apr 2017

Author Spotlight: Letter Shoppe & Dina Marie Rodriguez

Earlier this spring, we saw Dina’s book Lettering Adventures: Victorian and we were so excited! We also wondered how such an information-packed, useful guide came to be. Dina is inspiring because she found a way, with persistence and hard work, to make her creative passion into her “day job”. We caught up with the author, Dina Marie Rodriguez of Letter Shoppe, to get the story...

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ESSAY MAGAZINE: Three, Research
20 Apr 2017

ESSAY MAGAZINE: Three, Research

Over the past twenty-five years, I’ve completed documentary photography projects all over the world. Some have been successful, while others, not so much. However, completing these stories has allowed me the opportunity to experience remarkable people and places. Completing these stories has also allowed me to create an archive of images as well as an archive of self-published books and magazines like my new series,...

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Pro Photo Tip: Consistency
18 Apr 2017

Pro Photo Tip: Consistency

I recently had the chance to browse the Blurb bookstore, which if you haven’t explored, is quite a study in book diversity. People ask me what kinds of books is it that Blurb prints, and my answer is always the same: “everything.” You want a book on the remote Himalaya? It’s there. How about a book dedicated to fish tacos? Yep, it’s there too. And...

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Artist Profile: Flavia Jurca
13 Apr 2017

Artist Profile: Flavia Jurca

Flavia wrote Fun with Food Photography, a little handbook for styling and shooting beautiful food. We’re inspired by how she combines different artistic disciplines into one beautiful project after the next. A designer by trade, a cook by passion, and a photographer by necessity, she shows us the way a single creative passion can grow into many new ones. Take a look at what delights...

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