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History of graphics

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Cristian Gomez

on 16 January 2013

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Transcript of History of graphics

by: Lizzeth Sandoval, James Deshie, & Cristian Gomez 105 A.D 220 A.D 1150 - Moveable type with individual characters The discovery of the clay tablets The Chinese produces the first sheets of paper Carved woodblocks used to print images and capital letters on paper Papermaking begins in Europe 1450 History of Graphics 787 B.C - Johannes Gutenberg and the printing press 1717 J.C. Le Blond, a painter, patents a color printing process 1796 Alois Senefelder and the invention of lithography. The process of oil and water do not mix. 1844 Friedrich koening develops a rotary press 1852 The first "screened" photosensitive metal plate 1863 William Bullock of the United States develops the web press 1886 Linotype machine invented 1903 Ira Rubel develops offset printing 1960 Digital technology replacing printing plates Phototypesetting is introduced Graphic communications enters the computer age with digital graphics 1980 Improved graphics software
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