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 by Rudolf Modley is, along with Otto Neurath’s Isotypes, the prototype of contemporary graphic sign-symbols.

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Otto Neurath and the Origins of ISOTYPE A visual program for displaying facts and quantitative information, the ISOTYPE system was born from research and theories of Otto Neurath a Vie…

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

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

Gerd Arntz

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

Otto Neurath and the Isotype game-changer

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The Transformer: Principles of Making Isotype Charts

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Set of icons by Gerd Arntz early in the Century; as part of the Isotype project set up by Otto Neurath to provide information to the often-illiterate proletariat, newly empancipated by socialism.

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