First 3D Printed Book Cover – Art, Innovation or Just Publicity?

First 3D Printed Book Cover – Art, Innovation or Just Publicity?

The book “On Such a Full Sea” by Chang-rae Lee includes the first-ever 3D-printed slipcover into which the book fits neatly, features the letters of the title rising off the surface at an angle and is unlike anything ever seen in the world of publishing. But is it worth $150?

The 3D case is thick, it has pointed edges, and readers would need to display it face-out or on a coffee table because it won’t fit easily into a bookcase.

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