Though desktop publishing traditionally means creating documents from your computer, designers Peter Chadwick and Jonny Holmes took it literally with their 'Desktop Publishing' project. Instead of working from your computer, Desktop Publishing lets you work from a specially constructed desk. Integrated into the desk are all the tools that you need to publish a physical magazine. As a result, you are literally publishing from your desktop.
Included in the Desktop Publishing workstation is a series of tool holders. Perfectly formed depressions hold all the materials and devices that you need to print beautiful artworks. The table holds four colors of paint which can be placed on a nearby palette. Laid out over the table are a series of metal plates for you to print with.
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