Pictographs Today and Tomorrow (1938) by Rudolf Modley is, along with Otto Neurath’s Isotypes, the prototype of contemporary graphic sign-symbols.

Pictographs Today and Tomorrow (1938) by Rudolf Modley is, along with Otto Neurath’s Isotypes, the prototype of contemporary graphic sign-symbols.

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ISOTYPE (International System of Typographic Picture Education) designed as an alternative to text, avoiding details which which do not improve the narrative character (Otto Neurath, Vienna, 1936)

ISOTYPE (International System of Typographic Picture Education) designed as an alternative to text, avoiding details which which do not improve the narrative character (Otto Neurath, Vienna, 1936)

Gerd Arntz

Gerd Arntz

A page from Neurath's International picture language (1936).

A page from Neurath's International picture language (1936).

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