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

9 Big Ideas That Changed The Face Of Graphic Design

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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Gerd_Arntz&Otto_Neurath.jpg

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)

The Object Poster, the Visual Pun, and 3 Other Ideas That Changed Design

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).

Otto Neurath and the Isotype game-changer

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

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Isotype ("International System of Typographic Picture Education"), first known as the "Vienna Method of Pictorial Statistics" was developed by Otto Neurath between 1925 and 1934 and is an early form of pictorial data visualisation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isotype_(picture_language) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_Neurath

Isotype ("International System of Typographic Picture Education"), first known as the "Vienna Method of Pictorial Statistics" was developed by Otto Neurath between 1925 and 1934 and is an early form of pictorial data visualisation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isotype_(picture_language) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_Neurath

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La iguana ilustrada: diciembre 2010

La iguana ilustrada: diciembre 2010

Otto Neurath

Otto Neurath

isotype icons by Otto Neurath + Gerd Arntz (1930's to 1960's)

isotype icons by Otto Neurath + Gerd Arntz (1930's to 1960's)

This chart from Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft is titled "Numbers of motor vehicles in the world" (USA and rest of the world). Even if one cannot read German, the subject reveals itself through the speaking signs of the automobiles, each of which represents 2.5 million vehicles.

This chart from Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft is titled "Numbers of motor vehicles in the world" (USA and rest of the world). Even if one cannot read German, the subject reveals itself through the speaking signs of the automobiles, each of which represents 2.5 million vehicles.

ISOTYPE icons of men from around the world (circa 1940's). Gerd Arntz.

Pictograms, International Communication and Cultural Diversity (Part 2)

ISOTYPE icons of men from around the world (circa 1940's). Gerd Arntz.

65 Minimalist Vertical Business Card Designs | iBrandStudio

65 Minimalist Vertical Business Card Designs

65 Minimalist Vertical Business Card Designs | iBrandStudio

Gerd Arntz

Gerd Arntz

We recognize the icon for the unemployed from Gerd Arntz’s woodcuts, made around the same time. As they are rendered here, they conjure up the image of long queues in front of the welfare office.  Title: Unemployed  Publication: Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft  Editor: Otto Neurath  Art director: Gerd Arntz  Year: 1930, Leipzig

We recognize the icon for the unemployed from Gerd Arntz’s woodcuts, made around the same time. As they are rendered here, they conjure up the image of long queues in front of the welfare office. Title: Unemployed Publication: Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft Editor: Otto Neurath Art director: Gerd Arntz Year: 1930, Leipzig

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