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Except in the case of monotypes, identical ________ impressions are printed to create editions in printmaking.


In printmaking, where multiple images are made from the same original design, each individual print is called:


The printing technique invented by a German playwright in search of an inexpensive means of publishing his plays is:


Four basic printmaking processes are





Know the DiamondSutra from Tang DynastyChina

A rubber stamp creates what type of print?


Printing impressions on top of one another fromseparate blocks in order to achieve full-color woodcut prints requires carefulalignment of the paper, known as ________________.


Which printmaking process did Philip Guston useto make Curtain?


In relief printing the ink is _________ of theprinting plate


The two main differences between prints and most other forms of art is thefact that prints are made using an____________ process and this process results in multiples of the same image.


One of the maindifferences between the intaglio and the relief printing processes is that withintaglio the ink___________________________ of the printing plate

lies below the surface

Mezzotint, etching, engraving and aquatint areall techniques of __________ printing.


The mezzotint technique is especially capable ofproducing _____________________.

subtle shades of gray

In printmaking, a plate or block will becancelled so that_________________________________.

no more prints can be made from it

In 1878, Eadweard Muybridge photographed agalloping horse and discovered that galloping horsesoccasionally have all ______________________.

4 hooves off the ground

The use by artists ofthe camera obscura (literally darkroom) began in the __________________.

Italian Renaissance

Artists like Peter Campus became interestedin video because video signals could be ____________manipulatedinto interesting images.


Artists primarily usedthe camera obscura to produce ___________________ of the world

naturalistic drawings

The creation of aphotographic body of work around an event, place, or culture is known as ______________.


A daguerreotype was anearly photographic method created using a ____________ covered with silveriodine

copper plate

________ was thephotographer who became dissatisfied with pictorialism and promoted the ideathat photography should be true to its own nature rather than trying to imitatepainting

Alfred Steiglitz

The _______________brothers invented the first workable film projector


Despite anenthusiastic public acceptance, the success of the __________ was limited by theinability to make multiple images from one negative.


In 1888 the _________________changed the history of photography by making photography easily accessible tothe general public

Kodak camera

Man Ray createdmysterious images, called _________, which looked like ordinary photographs butdid not require a camera to record them


A(n) _________ is adirector whose films are marked by a consistent, individual style, and isclosely involved in conceiving the idea for the film’s story and writing thescript


Nam Jun Pak is bestknown for _____________________.

Video art

One of the mostcelebrated 19th-century artists, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, created posters forthe famous dance hall called ______________.

Moulin Rouge

The ________ first madeit possible to devise a notice that could be reproduced in large numbers anddistributed widely

printing press

Although symbolsconvey information and embody ideas

they have no meaning in themselves; their meaning is invented by cultural use; and the ideas they embody may change radically with time

The ancient symbolfrom Chinese philosophy that embodies a worldview of mutual interdependence isthe ________ symbol


According to theauthor, graphic design as we know it today has its roots in two developments. Theyarethe ___________________ and___________________.

Printing press; Industrial Revolution

Which graphic designteam developed the familiar set of symbols used today to communicateinformation across language barriers to international travelers?

Cook & Shanosky

A ________ is oftenthe first and key element in creating a complete corporate identity


A designer’sblueprint for books and magazines and other works in print is called_____________.


Cassidy Curtis’s GraffitiArchaeology is organized by ________ to effectively display its subject.

location & time

Graphic design used tobe known as ________ art.


The development of________ in the 19th century introduced the widespread use of color in posters.

color lithography

One of the mosteffective and easiest ways for a company to change its image is to _________their logo.


In 1525, with theadvent of moveable type, ________ created a unified alphabet that could bemass-produced.

Albrecht Durer

Designing for the Webadds the potential for ________ reactions to choices made by a visitor to thesite.

motion & interactivity

The American graphicdesigner who created some of the most memorable logos for IBM, UPS, and ABC is_______________.

Paul Rand