Aug 31, 2022
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Woodcuts were a popular Early Modern print-making method used to add illustrations to printed publications and were kind of like an Early Modern meme.
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@bkadams (Brandi K. Adams) et al. “I'm going to ask you a question, twitter. Who invented printing?” Twitter, 24 Jul. 2022, https://twitter.com/bkadams/status/1551371019448815617
Cash, Cassidy, host. “Ep 79: James Knapp and Elizabethan Woodcuts.” That Shakespeare Life, episode 79, Publisher, 21 October 2019, https://www.cassidycash.com/ep-79-james-knapp-elizabethan-woodcuts/.
“Simone Chess : Broadside Ballad Woodcuts: Premodern Visual Culture, Popular Media, and Queer Coding.” YouTube, NY Comics & Picture-Story Symposium, 31 May 2022, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7oG0GRhRhA&t=597s. From 2:25 to 9:20. Accessed 12 Aug. 2022.
Toledo Museum of Art. (2020, July 27). The History of the Woodcut and Printmaking’s Collaborative Process [Video]. Youtube. From 1:30 to 17:30. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKyC4DcDu1E&t=254s