Gutenberg Meets Bell Labs Transistor

Antique Wood Type and Gutenberg Bible 72 x 84 inches
New York Public Library, 3rd Floor Reading Room

In 1450 Gutenberg invented Movable Metal Type - the Printing Press and ushered in letterpress printing.
In 1947, Bell Labs invented the Transistor that ushered in the digital age that uses binary codes.
The permanent unique binary code of eight, ones and zeros for each letter appears above and bleow the engraving "Gutenberg's Bible."

Through the Gateway

Through the Gateway, Commission for Jefferson Memorial ARCH Museum, 9 x 4 feet, St. Louis, MO

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