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John Baskerville’s Bible

Through most of History the King James version of the bible was only allowed to be printed by the king’s printer, printer of University of Cambridge, or printer of University of Oxford. In the year 1758 John Baskerville became the printer for University of Cambridge and in 1763 he printed a King James version of…

John Baskerville’s Virgil

In 1757, John Baskerville published his version of Virgil. Virgil was a poet, and Baskervilles piece was a collection of poetry done in his typeface, Baskerville. The typeface is a transitional type between Old Style and Modern. It is a serif type with delicate thick and thin contrast. This version of Virgil is the first…

John Baskerville

John Baskerville is notable in graphic design for his work with type design and print design. His name may be recognized from the typeface named after himself, Baskerville, a serif type with thin and thick contrast, great legibility, and often used in books or novels. John Baskerville was born at Sion Hill farm in Worcestershire,…

Reedy Creek Greenway

I chose the Reedy Creek Greenway. The Reedy Creek Greenway is a Navigational system that runs along part of Meredith College and is used by runners, walkers, and cyclists. The Greenway starts at the corner of Faircloth St and Hillsborough St, and ends at the corner of Trenton Rd and Reedy Creek Rd. It is…

Damn Everything but the Circus

Megan Redfern GD 203 Dr. Deborah Littlejohn Dr. Russel Flinchum 12 February 2019 Damn Everything but the circus: a lot of things but together (1970) Author: Sister Corita Upon entering the room for this assignment I wasn’t sure what types of books would be on display. I assumed they would be really old with fancy…