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Hot hands uncover Computer Arts’ undercover cover


By Richard Stuart-Turner, 23 November 2015

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Heat-reactive ink, which reveals hidden images when warmed, has been used to enhance the front cover of the latest issue of Future Publishing’s graphic design magazine Computer Arts.

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