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Blurb X PicsArt Contest
10 Mar 2017

Blurb X PicsArt Contest

Enter Our #BlurbXPicsArt Contest Spring has sprung! What will you begin? We’re excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with PicsArt, a super fun photo editing app that lets you be truly creative with its almost limitless features ― and it’s starting a movement to help the people “go beyond the filter” and make awesome pictures. Show us the start of a new project in one...

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Culture Corner: Lady Bosses at Blurb
08 Mar 2017

Culture Corner: Lady Bosses at Blurb

March 8 is International Women’s Day—in honor of that we bring you a post on women in leadership roles at Blurb: Last summer, when I was first interviewing with Blurb, one of the first things I noticed was the high number of women in senior level roles at the company. In fact, approximately 39% of director and above level roles at Blurb are held by...

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Five Reasons to Go from Blog to Book
07 Mar 2017

Five Reasons to Go from Blog to Book

We’re excited about a new Site Import feature we’ve launched for our BookWright tool, which allows book-makers to pull content from any of their websites into libraries for use with our layout tool. With Site Import, you can drag-and-drop the months and years of digital content onto the pages of a beautiful book. There are so many possibilities for this great capability but here are...

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Photo Book Publishing and Wanderlust with Mark Edward Harris
28 Feb 2017

Photo Book Publishing and Wanderlust with Mark Edward Harris

Mark Edward Harris is a world-renown documentary photographer who specializes in long-term projects that take him around the globe. He’s also one of those photographers who, while traditionally published, also uses Blurb for his work. He recently sat down with our own Dan Milnor to talk about getting published, going places, and landing a project with Vanity Fair. DM: You might not know this but I...

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Blurb at Modernism Week
24 Feb 2017

Blurb at Modernism Week

“Why are we here?” I said in answer to a gentleman in enormous sunglasses who was leafing through a copy of CATT Architects 30 Years. “Even books need vacations.” I was joking, of course, because the books, like me, had been working hard all weekend, representing Blurb in (somewhat) sunny Palm Springs for Modernism Week, an annual celebration of Midcentury Modern architecture. Palm Springs is sort...

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