When Design Was An Offshoot Of Printing

edited July 18 in creations

During the 19th century an increase of printed materials fostered the rise in trade magazines. The content centered on information for the craft and profession. The Inland Printer was created in October 1883 “as a local trade magazine for the booming mid-western printing industry,” states an website entry for the Rockwell Center For American Visual Studies. It started small but within a decade this little monthly became the bible of […]

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