William Morris Designs
These superb patterns, created by one of the principal founders of the British Arts and Crafts Movement, were originally designed for a wide number of uses. The vast majority of them--decorative letters, elaborate floral borders and frames, samples of body type, and delicate woodcut illustrations--first appeared in Morris's Kelmscott Chaucer. Together with a smaller selection of full-color images, originaaly intended for use in wallpaper, tapestries, tiles, and other domestic accessories, the handsome motifs offer a splendid capsulation of beautiful printing and a vast storehouse of ideas for use by today's commercial artists and craftworkers.
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Full Color is a Misleading DescriptionUser Review - carrie25 - Overstock.com
There are 291 designs on this CDROM. The cover says it has Full Color Electronic Designs. Of the 291 designs only 40 are full color! Of those 40 color designs about 10 look like they are scans of ... Read full review