Icographic 12, 1978


Icographic was first published in 1971 and founded by John Halas and designed and edited by Patrick Wallis Burke.

Content includes:
Cyrillic Gothic: formal modifications to the design of a Russian typeface Andre Gurtler and Christian Mengelt
Signing system for an Argentinian new town
The article describes and illustrates a signing system developed for a new Argentinian town.
The language of colour Tom Porter and Byron Mikellides
Speculative international signing system from Yugoslavia
Pictograms with a Japanese accent
A sign alphabet from Otl Aicher
Pictograms with a French accent Ian Mclaren and Claude Braunstein
Design and semiotics: some aspects concerning the design process Hanno HJ Ehses
Tailpiece—danger signs for Europe Patrick Wallis Burke

Format: Magazine
Designer/s: Patrick Wallis Burke
Year: 1978
Client/Publisher: International Council of Graphic Design (icograda)
Size: 210mm x 300mm