Turning Philosophy into images

In my previous post, I wrote about my search for a pictogram which represented Philosophy. As is often the case, a little digging around online revealed that someone had already asked the same question. That someone was Genis Carreras, a young Catalan whose project Philographics reduces a series of philosophical topics to simple geometric designs. The… Continue reading Turning Philosophy into images


What this country needs is a good strong picture language

I'm trying to figure out if people speaking different languages is a good thing or a bad thing. Here's the inventor of Esperanto, L. L. Zamenhof (pictured above), on that question: "The place where I was born and spent my childhood gave direction to all my future struggles. In BiaĹ‚ystok the inhabitants were divided into… Continue reading What this country needs is a good strong picture language