Blurb Launches Print Shift a 3D Printing Magazine
Kyle Maxey posted on April 18, 2013 |

magazine, blurb, art, artists, fashion, archaeology, weapon, gun, food, designBlurb print group, in conjunction with Dezeen.com, the world’s most influential online architecture and design magazine, have just launched a new magazine with a focus on 3D printing.

According to Blurb, “Print Shift is a magazine that explores the fast-changing world of 3D printing and analyzes the way it is changing the worlds of architecture and design.

The 60-page, advert-free publication explores advances in 3D printing across a range of topics including fashion, food, design, architecture and even weaponry and archaeology.

"Written by the Dezeen editorial team, Print Shift is the result of extensive research into a field of technology that is developing at exhilarating speed. We have spoken to architects, designers, scientists and researchers around the world, travelled across Europe and visited some of the leading studios and factories at the cutting edge of a technological revolution,” said Blurb.

The new magazine is now available online as a digital download, and is priced at $16.39.  If you’re hesitant to shell out for the magazine head, over to Blurb and take a peek at their 15 page preview. I’m sure it’ll be enough to convince you it’s worth the price.

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