In this series, we’re sharing iconography from places near and far. This week’s Travel Icon Journal is brought to you by Design Director Geremy Mumenthaler. I recently spent the weekend in New York for an Iconathon design workshop Noun Project hosted in partnership with SVA’s MFA in Interaction Design Program. The day before the workshop, I was able to bounce […]
Our world is filled to the brim with examples of visual communication, especially the Times Square area of Manhattan. You’ll find that some uses of iconography are exemplary and others are humorous, but as you can see here, it’s easy to identify usage specific to New York when compared to other cities. Next time you’re in the Big Apple, keep an eye out for interesting uses of iconography and explore the unique visual language of the city.