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24th November 2015
CADRE lecture series 2015/6
This talk is about John Baskerville – the complete printer, who did so much to progress the industry of his day. He created a typeface which bears his name; improved the printing press; helped produced the first wove paper; reconsidered the production of printing inks; and took a wholly new approach to the design of end papers. But he was much more than that – Baskerville was the embodiment of an Enlightenment man.
This talk will be delivered at the Centre for Art and Design Research and Experimentation (CADRE) at the University of Wolverhampton.
The lectures are run by the research groups within CADRE and are free and open to everyone to attend.
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