Helen Yentus, the art director of Riverhead Books, designed two covers for the recently published On Such a Full Sea by Chang-rae Lee. The regular hardcover — which is beautiful in itself (see below) — has a hand-lettered jacket. The second, for a limited edition of the novel, comes in a white slipcase made on a 3D printer. In this video, Helen talks about the 3D printed slipcase, designed in collaboration with the MakerBot Studio
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Guilloché Cuffs by Gregory Phillips uses a virtual guilloché engine and 3D printing to create a modern, three-dimensional take on a centuries old machine method for engraving intricate, repetitive 2D patterns.