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Celtic art

Posted by rod - 20.05.2010

“Designed by P22 Type Foundry The Book of Kells is a ninth century gospel created in the British Isles and is considered to be the finest existing example of early Celtic art. The book itself is now housed in the Trinity College Library, Dublin. This computer set combines historical accuracy with functional readability and features 72 elements and linking borders.” via youworkforthem

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  • Oct 27, 2015

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