GMDH02_00038

GMDH02_00038

Gerd Arntz

Gerd Arntz

GMDH02_00271

GMDH02_00271

Gerd Arntz/Neurath, Otto: Isotype, since 1928. Linoleum-cut and print of an Isotype symbol by Gerd Arntz, 1930’s, from the Arntz archive, now at the Municipal Museum, The Hague. The original linos show the precision of the craft work in the expressive traces of the gouge. The prints next to them are proofs made by Arntz.  Photo: Max Bruinsma.

Gerd Arntz/Neurath, Otto: Isotype, since 1928. Linoleum-cut and print of an Isotype symbol by Gerd Arntz, 1930’s, from the Arntz archive, now at the Municipal Museum, The Hague. The original linos show the precision of the craft work in the expressive traces of the gouge. The prints next to them are proofs made by Arntz. Photo: Max Bruinsma.

Gerd Arntz designed around 4000 signs, which symbolized key data from industry, demographics, politics and economy, for the visual language Isotype

Gerd Arntz designed around 4000 signs, which symbolized key data from industry, demographics, politics and economy, for the visual language Isotype

Gerd Arntz designed around 4000 signs, which symbolized key data from industry, demographics, politics and economy, for the visual language Isotype

Gerd Arntz designed around 4000 signs, which symbolized key data from industry, demographics, politics and economy, for the visual language Isotype

GMDH02_00730

GMDH02_00730

Gerd Arntz

Gerd Arntz

Gerd Arntz,The world’s ethnicities

Gerd Arntz,The world’s ethnicities

GMDH02_00876

GMDH02_00876

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