Custom Magazine Printing: Haute Future

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As orders pour in for Dezeen’s new Print Shift magazine, it’s clear that you’re all abuzz, and why wouldn’t you be! The magazine was made using Blurb’s free plug-in for Adobe® InDesign®, each issue is printed on demand, and it covers the hot topic of 3D printing.

You’ll enjoy reading up on how Haute Couture’s Iris van Herpen has embraced 3D printing to create stunning and unique pieces of clothing that would be impossible to create with traditional techniques. Explore the huge amount of excitement taking hold of the medical industry with the possibility of printing human tissue. You’ll also want to learn more about the next food frontier, and how 15-20 years from now we could be printing our very own dinner at the touch of a button.

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  1. 3-D printing…FANTASTIC, FANTASTIC, FANTASTIC. I had heard about it but the applications are simply mind-boggling! Congrats on a truly ground-breaking piece of science/art!!!

    By r.d. bennett
      April 23, 2013 – 8:43 am   Permalink
  2. this company lost my brother-in-laws entrie wedding pictures and sent me an album with another’s couples’ wedding pictures. How could this fhappen when the name was different on the cover of the album? Not very professional staff as I see it.

    By Johanna
      April 26, 2013 – 4:34 pm   Permalink
  3. Hello Johanna,

    Oh no! I’m so sorry to hear this. While it’s a very rare error, we will absolutely fix it if you contact our Customer Support team:



    By Kent
      May 2, 2013 – 9:43 am   Permalink

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