GDT 101: History of Graphic Design
This course presents the history of Graphic Design from the Victorian Era to the present, focusing primarily on European and American major design movements and pioneering graphic designers/artists. Lectures refer to the social and political climates, the relationship of the applied arts to the fine arts, and technological innovations from the time of Gutenberg's movable type printing press through digital printing and media.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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