Graphically speaking: an illustrated guide to the working language of design and printing

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Elk Ridge Pub., 1992 - Architecture - 322 pages
A dictionary for graphic artists defines processes, materials, fields of interest, and technical and business terms, and includes equivalent Spanish terms

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Graphically speaking: an illustrated guide to the working language of design and printing

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This dictionary of graphic arts terms covers all the bases in a clear and concise way, providing excellent illustrations designed to guide even a lay reader through what are sometimes foreign and ... Read full review

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Beach holds a doctorate in education and history from the University of Wisconsin and taught at Cornell University and the University of Rochester, where he was associate dean of the college of arts and science.

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