icographic 7, 1974
Issue 7 of pioneering industry journal from The International Council of Graphic Design. This often took a research-based and quantitive look at themes related to graphic design with writers such as Wim Crouwel, Armin Hofmann and Adrian Frutiger providing unique insights.
In this issue, Type in our environment. A proposition for education in letterforms and handwriting. Investigation into colour preferences. Swiss posters for Amnesty International. Signposting and communication media. Concerning signposting. Sound-writing. Typographical training for technicians and technical training for typographers.
icographic is a unique piece of graphic design publishing history and was a pioneer in industry research. Aside from a fascinating look at what design publishing was in the 60s and 70s, its content is rich in text and insight. Each issue covers a range of topics which are presented in a delightful four column grid. Each issue is marked by a striking graphic cover, typographic arrangement and colour.
Size: 300 x 210
Format: Soft Cover Magazine