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A landmark reference work...
The most extensive one-volume graphic communications reference ever published!
“For hundreds of years, the art of printing remained fairly stable. Factors such as type fonts, paper size, ink quality, and color absorption were the domain of either book collectors or the very few who possessed printing machinery and were only peripherally of interest to the general public. This has all changed in the past two decades as computers have become ubiquitous throughout society and have given all of us the power of the press. As word processing and desktop publishing have grown in popularity, the need for information on printing concepts has also increased. The GATF Encyclopedia of Graphic Communications will meet those needs.”
The GATF Encyclopedia of Graphic Communications is the one reference everyone in the publishing and printing industries ought to own. It brings together more than 10,000 insightful, up-to-date definitions covering every area of the graphic arts, including printing, typography, graphic design, color, paper, ink, binding, imaging and beyond — with in-depth coverage of the digital and Internet technologies that are revolutionizing the industry. You'll find:
The GATF Encyclopedia of Graphic Communications is authoritative, comprehensive and fully up-to-date. Authored by the legendary graphic arts expert Frank Romano and his son Richard M. Romano, it reflects the extraordinary resources of the Graphic Art s Technical Foundation-the graphic arts community's leading source of technical information. Whatever your role in the graphic arts — printer, publisher, graphic designer, marketing/communications professional, digital pre-press operator, educator or student — you'll find it invaluable.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1998. Textbook Binding. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110130964220