Posts tagged high contrast
From the back matter of Ticks: A Monograph of the Ixodoidea (1908). Original from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Digitized March 8, 2010.
High contrast marbled endpapers.
From Historia de la Milagrosa, y Venerable Imagen de N.S. de Atocha by Gabriel de Cepeda (1670). Original from the Complutense University of Madrid. Digitized April 16, 2009.
High-contrast marbled paper.
The endpapers of The Natural History of Barbados in Ten Books by Griffith Hughes (1750). Original from Lyon Public Library. Digitized July 3, 2012.
Throughout The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments (1704). Original from Oxford University. Digitized February 3, 2009.
"Ghostwrist." Submitted by asfaltics.
From p. 686 of Proceedings of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, v. 59 (1921). Original from the University of Chicago. Digitized April 13, 2012.
Frontispiece (somehow!) merged with photograph of digitization equipment.
From the front matter of What Frances E. Willard Said by Frances Elizabeth Willard, ed. by Anna A. Gordon (1905). Does not include metadata indicating library of origination or date of digitization (but does include Stanford library artifacts).
Scuffed leather covers photographed in high-contrast black and white.
From The History of Timur-Bec: Known by the Name of Tamerlain the Great, Emperor of the Moguls and Tartars: Being an Historical Journal of His Conquests in Asia and Europe, v. 1, by Sharaf al-Dīn ʻAlī Yazdī (1723). Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized July 3, 2008.
High contrast streaking in pictorial endpapers.
From The Star People by Gaylord Johnson (1921). Original from the University of California. Digitized December 10, 2007.
Digitally imposed gutter with transformative powers.
From Tables of Discount: or, Simple Interest by T B. Gumersall (1829). Original from Oxford University. Digitized March 29, 2006.
From The ABC: or, Alphabetical Railway Guide, v. 88-99 (1861). Original from Oxford University. Digitized January 25, 2007.
Frontispiece in high contrast.
From the front matter of The Human Drift by Jack London (1917). Original from Harvard University. Digitized September 22, 2005.
Black-and-white glitched Cubism.
Throughout Cubists and Post-Impressionism by Arthur Jerome Eddy (1914). Original from Harvard University. Digitized July 10, 2007.
Employee’s fingers autocorrected with mirrored text.
Throughout An Exact Narrative of Many Surprizing Matters of Fact Uncontestably Wrought By an Evil Spirit or Spirits, In the House of Master Jan Smagge (1709). Original from Oxford University. Digitized March 10, 2009.