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How Much Does It Cost to Make & Print a Book?
29 Sep 2015

How Much Does It Cost to Make & Print a Book?

If you’re about to make your own book or print magazine, it helps to understand all the options and extras available to you. For a broad look at our product range and customization options and what you can get for your money, read on. Page Counts There are several things to consider when estimating page counts to cost your book. If you plan to include...

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The Blurb Roadshow Rolls into New York
24 Sep 2015

The Blurb Roadshow Rolls into New York

Seattle was grand—we went underground to snap photos, learned cocktail mixing, printed on a 100-year-old letterpress, and met new and old friends. And now our intrepid Roadshow team is bringing the Blurb to creatives on the East Coast. New York City is a place we’ve always felt at home. We’ll be photowalking with Lomography NYC and Click Retreat, showing books at the Designers and Books...

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Transition
22 Sep 2015

Transition

I don’t know about you but I love the four seasons. They each have their prime characteristics, but being a photographer the thing that means the most is the light. Summer light is so very different from winter or even fall, so the date on the calendar influences not only when I shoot but also what I shoot. The date also influences what I wear,...

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Re:Make Conference & Festival Recap
21 Sep 2015

Re:Make Conference & Festival Recap

Last weekend, we had the honor of partnering with Brit+Co on the Re:Make Conference and Festival. What better way to kick off the Blurb Roadshow, than in our own backyard of San Francisco? This was our second year at Re:Make. Brit+Co created this event to celebrate creativity in all of its magical forms. And once again we walked away feeling inspired, by  the conference content, speakers,...

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Printing 101: Print on Demand vs. Offset
17 Sep 2015

Printing 101: Print on Demand vs. Offset

When it comes to printing your book, you have two options: POD (print on demand) and offset. And like most choices, priorities come into play. POD is cost effective for small and single print runs and it’s incredibly fast. If you have time on your side, offset can be the way to go since it is ridiculously economical for large print runs, but it does...

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Letterpress printing, underground photo walking, and cocktail pairing in Seattle
16 Sep 2015

Letterpress printing, underground photo walking, and cocktail pairing in Seattle

Seattle’s a pretty inspiring place—it’s a hotbed of creativity, a culinary paradise, and a city of strange secrets. It’s in the Emerald City that we started the #BlurbRoadShow, an ever-evolving celebration of artistic communities in creative cities around the world. Some attendees were longtime Blurb creators, others had never heard of us—we just bribed them to come hang out with us using cocktails and art....

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