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History of Graphic Design Part 4 – Egyptian Hieroglyphs

History of Graphic Design Part 4 – Egyptian Hieroglyphs by Mitchell Eismont  Egyptian hieroglyph means greek for “sacred carvings.” These where traditionally carved by temple priests. Most early writing and carving will be done for religious purposes. The meaning of … Continue reading

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History of Graphic Design – Part 1 – Cave Paintings

History of Graphic Design – Part 1 – Cave Paintings by Mitchell Eismont Most scholars lay claim to what the cave paintings mean. They will say that it was meant for good luck during hunting, a few will say it … Continue reading

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