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The Art of Book Covers (1820–1914)

- February 12, 2019 in aubrey beardsley, book cover illustration, book covers, graphic design, history of book covers, illustration, old book covers, printing, vintage book covers, walter crane

Selection of book covers produced during the bookbinding revolution of the 19th century and beyond.

The Art of Book Covers (1820–1914)

- February 12, 2019 in aubrey beardsley, book cover illustration, book covers, graphic design, history of book covers, illustration, old book covers, printing, vintage book covers, walter crane

Selection of book covers produced during the bookbinding revolution of the 19th century and beyond.

Woodcuts and Witches

- May 4, 2017 in Art & Illustrations, Books, christianity, crone, Culture & History, demonology, demons, devils, Featured Articles, king james, occult, persecution, printing, printing revolution, Religion, Myth & Legend, sorcery, witchcraft, witches, wizards

Jon Crabb on the witch-craze of Early Modern Europe, and how the concurrent rise of the mass-produced woodcut helped forge the archetype of the broom-riding crone — complete with cauldron and cats — so familiar today.

Woodcuts and Witches

- May 4, 2017 in Art & Illustrations, Books, christianity, crone, Culture & History, demonology, demons, devils, Featured Articles, king james, occult, persecution, printing, printing revolution, Religion, Myth & Legend, sorcery, witchcraft, witches, wizards

Jon Crabb on the witch-craze of Early Modern Europe, and how the concurrent rise of the mass-produced woodcut helped forge the archetype of the broom-riding crone — complete with cauldron and cats — so familiar today.