Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Posted by Jason Dunn in "Digital Home News" @ 02:30 PM
"Today, Blurb, the global creative publishing platform, announces the launch of ProLine, a range of unique, premium print offerings that will appeal to professionals and enthusiasts alike. Blurb enables everyone to design, publish, share and sell bookstore-quality books affordably, order one copy or many, and receive their books in about a week. The new ProLine offering features two new papers from Mohawk Fine Papers, a company that is respected among graphic designers worldwide as offering the very highest quality fine art papers for the most discerning clientele."
When I did my giant photo book review, Blurb was right in the middle of the pack. They had affordable prices, but didn't particularly stand out in terms of print of paper quality. It looks like Blurb is interested in stepping up their game by offering higher quality paper.