Graphic design. The Printmaking Process - Visual Arts Brampton. Printmaking is an art medium that has grown in popularity within the last century.
There are many forms of printmaking which range in complexity yet all forms are based on the same principle: transferring an image from a matrix onto a transferring base. The printmaker draws, etches or carves an image onto a printing matrix - such as a stone or a metal plate. The matrix is then coated with ink, covered with a transferring base - such as paper or fabric - and then printed with a roller press or a hand press. Gallery Talk: Contemporary Printmaking. "A Short History of Printmaking" by Joseph Velasquez. History of Printmaking. Design Timeline Promotion Movie. DesignTimeline - Armin Hofmann. IDResearchTutorial.
Working with Grids in Adobe InDesign. InDesign tutorials. InDesign CC 2015 Beginner's Quick Start Lesson. Home. Graphic Design History. The Industrial Revolution (1750-1850) The era known as the Industrial Revolution was a period of fundamental changes in agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, and social structure.
Beginning in England, this period was a true “revolution,” for it thoroughly destroyed the old manner of doing things. An economy based on manual labor and skilled artisans was replaced by one dominated by industry, machinery, and mass production. Energy was a major impetus for this conversion from an agricultural society to an industrial one. Animal and human power were the primary sources of energy until James Watt perfected the steam engine in 1775. What started it all: James Watt’s steam engine.