History of raphic desing

  • 38,000 BCE

    Cavemen Painting

    Cavemen Painting
    Visual communication go up to cavemen time.
  • 3300 BCE

    Sumerian Written Language

    Sumerian Written Language
    The first written languages was in the form of iconography carved in the stone.
  • 200

    Chinese Woodblock Printing

    Chinese Woodblock Printing
    Then later begin the calligraphy.
  • 700

    Medieval Calligraphy

    Medieval Calligraphy
    Blackletter (also known as Gothic) and its variation Rotunda, gradually developed from the Carolingian hand during the 12th century. Over the next three centuries, the scribes in northern Europe used an ever more compressed and spiky form of Gothic.
  • 1100

    European Heraldry

    European Heraldry
    Heraldry is a discipline relating to the design, display and study of armorial bearings (known as armory)
  • 1440

    Invention of Printing Press

    Invention of Printing Press
    In Germany, around 1440, the goldsmith Johannes Gutenberg invented the movable-type printing press, which started the Printing Revolution.
  • First Print Ads

    First Print Ads
    One of the earliest discovered instances of print advertising comes from Thebes in Egypt, a papyrus fragment dated around 3000BC
  • Chromolithography

    Chromolithography is a term used for color lithographs characterized by saturated, high-gloss color, usually covering the entire sheet.
  • Art Noveau

    Art Noveau
    Art Nouveau, also known in Italy as floral style, Liberty style or new art, was an artistic and philosophical movement that developed between the end of the 19th century and the first decade of the 1900s and which influenced the figurative arts
  • Wiener Werkstatte - First Design Agengy

    Wiener Werkstatte - First Design Agengy
    The Wiener Werkstätte, established in 1903 by the graphic designer and painter Koloman Moser, the architect Josef Hoffmann and the patron Fritz Waerndorfer
  • Bauhaus

    The Bauhaus whose full name was Staatliches Bauhaus, was an art and design school that operated in Germany from 1919 to 1933
  • Art Deco

    Art Deco
    Art Deco, deco or déco, was a phenomenon of taste that essentially affected the period between 1919 and 1930 in Europe, while in America, in particular in the United States, it lasted until 1940
  • Paul Rand

    Paul Rand
    Peretz Rosenbaum, known as Paul Rand, was an American designer. He is best known for redesigning the IBM logo and designing the Westinghouse Electric brand.
  • Swiss Design

    Swiss Design
    The international typographic style, also called Swiss style, or Swiss school, is a graphic style that developed in Switzerland in the 1950s and whose cardinal points are clarity, readability and objectivity, without any hint of decorativism
  • Digital Era

    Digital Era
    The digital revolution is the transition from analog mechanical and electronic technology to digital electronic technology which began in the industrialized countries of the world during the late 1950s.
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