ICOGRAPHIC — VOL II, 1,2,3 plus 5 & 6 (5 of 6 issues in all)

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Icographic the publication was founded by John Halas in 1971, and edited and designed by Patrick Wallis Burke, Icographic was a review of international visual communication published by Pergamon Press. The publication was quarterly at its inception and then became bi-annual. In its inaugural issue it was stated that the new magazine “intends to study this field [newsprint and publishing industries as well as television, cinema and computers] as well as examine the designer’s role in it. It will attempt to serve as an organ expressing the designer’s point of view in the new scene. It will attempt to reveal new ideas in the technical aspect of design and to become an essential information source in the area of visual communications to many of our members throughout the world.” There were 14 issues of Icographic printed between 1971 and 1978. In 1982 the six issues of icographic / volume 2 was published on behalf of Icograda by Mobilia Press, with Jorge Frascara as associate editor. Each issue was devoted to a single theme with abstracts in four languages at end

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Mollerup, Per. – Jorge, Frascara (ed.): . ICOGRAPHIC – bi-annual journal of Icograda, The International Council of Graphic Design – VOL II, 1,2,3 plus 5 & 6 (5 of 6 issues, no. 4 missing). Mobilia Press for International Council of Design / International Council of Communication Design / Icograda, International Council of Graphic Design Associations, 1982 to 1985. Five magazine in squarish yellow wraps. Around 150 pages in all, richly illustrated, with text in English. One front cover with tiny ink spot (see photo) else an excellent, well preserved, unread ansd clean set.
First edition – 5 very rare issues of the journal’s second run from 1982 to 1986

ICOGRAPHIC — VOL II, 1,2,3 plus 5 & 6 (5 of 6 issues in all)