Otto and Marie Neurath Isotype Collection
In the first decades of the twentieth century, Otto Neurath and Gerd Arntz invented the Vienna Method of Pictorial Statistics [Wiener Bildstatistik]. The method was renamed in the late 1930s as ISOTYPE ―I(nternational) S(ystem) O(f) TY(pographic) P(icture) E(ducation) ―and was used in the 1940s and 50s in the Netherlands, Great Britain, Greece, the USA and the USSR.
- Frank Hartmann, "Visualizing Social Facts: Otto Neurath’s ISOTYPE Project", in European Modernism and the Information Society edited by W. Boyd Rayward, Ashgate, 2008, pp.279-293.
- Michelle Henning, "My Recent Research (on Isotype)", talk given at the International Isotype Symposium, University of Reading, 24-25 September 2009.
- Wim Jansen, "Neurath, Arntz and ISOTYPE: The Legacy in Art, Design and Statistics", Journal of Design History Vol 22, No 3 (2009).
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