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Dürer's Rhinoceros, 1515 - Dürer's Rhinoceros - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Medieval pop-up book, printed in 1455 by Johannes Gutenberg

Medieval pop-up book - printed in when printing was just invented - by Johannes Gutenberg, c. As this image shows, the book produced showed the movement of the moon with the help of cut-out “paper wheels”, which hovered in front of the page.

Dolphin Printer's Mark, William Pickering

From a really old philosophy book, the printer's mark for William Pickering. If I remember right, the dolphin and anchor mark originated with the Italian printer Aldus Manutus (Aldo Manzetti), a AD printer of classical texts.

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Germany: Memories of a Nation - A close look at objects from Germany: Memories of a Nation - BBC Radio 4

Postkarte im ÖKO-Druck vom schnurverlag

Shop for south east asia on Etsy, the place to express your creativity through the buying and selling of handmade and vintage goods.

"I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best." / Frida Kahlo

In the Studio: Mixed Media of Fearless Frida Kahlo

"I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best." / Frida Kahlo

Character and Creature Design Notes: Claire Wendling's Cats

Academy of Art Character and Creature Design Notes: Claire Wendling's Cats Mountain lion

Stubb's Exeter Change rhino-1790

This oil painting by George Stubbs represents the third English rhino found at Pidcock's Exeter Change menagerie in It was commissioned by John Hunter.

Durer Rhino

Albrecht Durer: Rhinoceros 1515 A stunning etch that certainly pays close attention to every single detail on the animal's body.

The comma's ancestors have been used since Ancient Greece, but the modern comma descended directly from Italian printer Aldus Manutius. (He's also responsible for italics and the semicolon!) In the late 1400s when Manutius was working, a slash mark (/, also called a virgule) denoted a pause in speech. (Virgule is still the word for comma in French.) Manutius made the slash lower in relation to the line of text and curved it slightly. In the 1500s, this new mark acquired the old Greek name…

The comma’s ancestors have been used since Ancient Greece, but the modern comma descended directly from Italian printer Aldus Manutius. (He’s also responsible for italics and the semicolon!) In the late when Manutius was working, a slash mark (/, […]

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