History of Graphic Design
Part III The Bridge to the Twentieth Century- The Industrial Revolution: The Impact of Industrial Technology upon Visual Communications
Chapter 9 Graphic Design and the Industrial Revolution
Typography for an Industrial Age
1. During the Industrial Revolution – a radical process of social and economic change that occurred in England between 1760 and 1840- the role of graphic design and graphic communications expanded due to three the following situations
2. During the Industrial Revolution, the range of typographic sizes and letterform styles exploded, and type grew steadily bolder. Around 1803, Robert Thorne of England created a major category of type design.
What was the typeface called as roman faces whose contrast and weight were increased by expanding the thickness of the heavy strokes?
3. What was the third major innovation of the nineteen-century type design, which introduced by William Caslon IV?
4. Which typeface was created in Britain by the Vincent Figgins’s and inspired by a new wave of advertising?
5. In 1834, Who combined the pantograph with the router, making it so
easy to introduce new wood-type fonts that customers were invited to send a
drawing of one letter, based on which the manufacturer would design and
produce the entire font—without any additional charge?
need the answer 3-4 sentences on your words.
book is :
- Meggs, Philip B., and Alston W. Purvis. Meggs’ history of graphic design. John Wiley & Sons, 2016