History of Print

Guest Infographic: The Influential Power of Print

Throughout civilization, the human species have consistently figured out more effective ways to communicate with one another. But as the ability to spread messages to more people becomes more advanced, the way in which communities and nations digest information becomes reliant on fewer sources. Now that we have this thing called the internet, we are able to compile information from a wider variety sources and stand a better chance of reaching a more well balanced argument.

This infographic takes a look back at how print technology has evolved to offer mass production of singular pieces of work, through to key moments in the history of print communication; such as books like Atlas Shrugged and the propaganda poster art of World War II.

History of Print


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