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A Brief History of Printing

A Brief History of Printing

The Brief History of Printing infographic by Diginate looks back on over 2000 years of the industry. 

There aren't too many industries older than printing (!) - the origins go back to woodblock printing in 200AD!

To try and understand the route that the art of printing has taken through to today's digital formats we thought we'd create an infographic charting it's history, and make some predictions for it's future...

Nice, clean design.

Thanks to Vas for sending in the link!

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Reader Comments (4)

Great infographics on "History of Printing". I am becoming regular visitor of you site now.
October 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterFinal Year Projects
Excellent infographic on printing. I stumbled onto your site because I want to make an infographic for my business. Great site and thanks for the history in printing lesson.
Flexoprint is missing!!!
October 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterHans
Great post I think creator of this post has a creative mind with motivational approach.
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