The Visual History of Typography
An Ogham stone with an ancient Irish script chiseled into it.
Examples of writing found on Roman and Greek columns.
A page from a handwritten book painstakingly crafted some time during the Middle Ages.
A Gutenberg press, the first massively successful printing press. Seen here using wooden blocks to print.
A bunch of metal blocks put together in order to create the base from which many, many quality pages of the exact same writing will be created.
A poster from the mid 19th century.
A vintage typewriter.
A recruitment poster for the British Army from around the onset of WWI.
One of the earliest printers that used phototypesetting instead of the mechanical variant.
An internet-connected computer with a printer alongside it.