Symbol signs: the complete study of passenger/pedestrian oriented symbols developed by the American Institute of Graphic Arts for the U.S. Department of Transportation
American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1993 - Art - 240 pages
The story behind the familiar AIGA/DOT signs is presented in this book, which also provides guidelines for designing new symbols.
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