The eagle-eyed amongst you will have spotted that I have altered the publication date of “Plank 2″ from 20 October to 31 October. (Apologies if you had already planned your diary around it…!) I’m not used to adjusting deadlines, but then nor do I like missing them, so when I was in a lather with my diary yesterday, my ultra-logical husband suggested that I simply change the date to one that suits me better. 308 more words
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Once publishing was inherently tied to printing. Those who owned presses published books. “Printers & Publishers” went in the name of many companies. Later on, technology advanced, printing became more accessible, and one printer became easily substitutable with another. 558 more words
Een aantal van mijn schilderijen en digitale kunstwerken zijn nu te koop als print.
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Recently I joined print-on-demand website Redbubble, (and I was even featured on the homepage!) I’ve been pleased with my experience thus far.
Basically, the gist of RedBubble is that you join (for free) and can upload your artwork to be sold and printed on a variety of products (prints, totes, tees, whatever you want to offer.) Then, when someone orders one of your designs, it is then printed and shipped to the customer. 384 more words
I have learned something today. The manuscript I am close to sending to the printers has come to a total of 218 pages. I have decided to go for litho printing (minimum 300 copies) rather than Print On Demand, because this reduces the cost per copy. 236 more words
The future of print depends on how upcoming generations value and use it, and on how well they manage its environmental impact.
Today with technology and internet easily available sharing and downloading data sheets, sharing information and interactions, plus providing print friendly pages available has become far more easy. 438 more words