of poster art has always been closely linked to advances in printmaking, notably lithography. Because the image is first transferred, or offset to the rubber blanket cylinder, this reproduction method is known as offset lithography or offset printing. 13 Lithography as an artistic medium edit During the first years of the 19th century, lithography had only a limited effect on printmaking, mainly because technical difficulties remained to be overcome. P 11 Pennel ER,. After development, the emulsion shows a reverse of the negative image, which is thus a duplicate of the original (positive) image. "Surface-charge lithography for direct pdms micro-patterning".
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Library Company of Philadelphia. Lithography press for printing maps in Munich The plate is affixed to a cylinder on a printing press. Geography (2695 government and Political Science (25128 healthcare and Medicine (16646). Current dampening systems include a "delta effect or vario which slows the roller in contact with the plate, thus creating a sweeping movement over the ink image to clean impurities known as "hickies". The image on the plate emulsion can also be created by direct laser imaging in a CTP ( Computer-To-Plate ) device known as a platesetter. (1847) See also edit References edit Weaver, Peter. A b c Meggs, Philip. Instead, the final pattern is created directly from a digital representation on a computer, by controlling an electron beam as it scans across a resist -coated substrate. This ability to combine word and image in such an attractive and economical format finally made the lithographic poster a powerful innovation. A History of Graphic Design. In the 1890s, color lithography gained success in part by the emergence of Jules Chret, known as the father of the modern poster, whose work went on to inspire a new generation of poster designers and painters, most notably Toulouse-Lautrec, and former student of Chret.