Post-Digital Print: The Mutation of Publishing since 1894 is a 194-page publication written by Alessandro Ludovico in 2012. This book is said to encompass post digital print and explain examples of the many ways print has been expanded on, changed, and different inventions that have come about over the post-digital age. Ludovico makes it a point to emphasize how print has been thought to die off since 1894 but how in his opinion it has done no such thing, but instead is needed for the future. The book is one of the 10 best books of 2019 recommended by LSE (London School of Economics).

Post-Digital Print by Alessandro Ludovico

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