Icographic 14/15: A quarterly Review of International Visual Communication Design
Regular price £75.00
Editor: Patrick Wallis Burke
Publisher: International Council of Graphic Design Associations
Publication: 1979, First Edition
Binding: Softcover, saddle-stitch
Size: 210 x 297
Issue 14/15 of Icographic, a magazine on visual communication founded by John Halas in 1971 and designed and edited by Patrick Wallis Burke. The journal addressed the broader areas of visual communication such as semiotics, communication theory, ergonomics of visual communication and the psychology of perception. Contents include; The London Underground diagram. Blissymbols for the handicapped - a manner of speaking. Type research at the London College of Printing. Tell us what's wrong in pictures - a medical phrase book. Pictorial prescription labels. Design students project - graphic symbols for public information. New ways to view world problems. First steps on a thousand mile journey.
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