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David Veliquette

The above 1984 photo shows me seated at a first-generation phototypesetter from manufacturer Compugraphic.

At the left is a more recent photo.

My self-taught graphic design journey began in 1973. Early designs included rub-on type for the headlines. My very first design was a letterhead containing 12-point rub-on type for the address line. My printer found it nearly impossible to believe I had prepared it by hand. I used a pyrex cake pan as a light table to align the type. Three generations of typesetting equipment followed to enhance my designs. Eventually, I joined the Mac revolution. Fifty years later, I’m still creating designs with Apple products.

Later I took up amateur photography and writing. I describe my photography as Finessed Photos and my writing as WhittledWords.

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