Swedish graphic designer Viktor Hertz (more) has a way with pictograms and music. Viktor has revisited his Pictogram Music Posters project from 2011 and created a new version, all set for 2017. The new set presents 15 songs from 15 artists, presented as pictograms. The signed prints are currently available for purchase through a successfully funded Kickstarter campaign. Keep scrolling to see more!
Viktor Hertz is a Swedish graphic designer and artist who happens to create very intriguing images. If that name sounds familiar, it might be because his projects like the honest logos, movie pictograms, and even the music pictograms we’re talking of here have been widely noticed and appreciated. Several updates have been made to the pictogram music posters since we first saw them, so here’s the updated set. We kind of like the Highway to Hell poster. It is subtle, and it is quite direct. Several of these images are available as T-shirts and posters at the artist’s store on RedBubble.
We often see gloriously detailed and styled renderings of Game of Thrones house sigils. Seeing them in a form as simple as pictograms is kind of a nice change. The simple form of course doesn’t mean they are any easier or would have required less effort. As an added advantage, artist Christian Petersen (previously) added a few words about each house and their lineage to the pictograms.
Bryan Lenning created this amazing poster depicting James Bond movie titles as pictograms. Via Superpunch, Neatorama
Nothing speaks the language of the soul like music does. Music and songs do in their own way, define people and there personalities, and there is always a special connection to that favorite song you just can’t stop humming. Viktor Hertz has come up with a set of pictogram posters try to capture the essence …
Movie posters are supposed to put in all the movie has to offer in one image. Clearly, that isn’t an easy task, and definitely not one you’d give up to pictograms. Artist Viktor Hertz though, would disagree. The artist has created a collection of movie posters in Pictograms. Not so alluring as the movie posters done in Lego, but that’s the entire point of pictograms.
Pictograms for the 2012 London Olympics were unveiled today, and they come in two flavors, silhoutted and dynamic. The silhoutted version is more or less like the conventional pictograms, while the “dynamic” one has its roots in the “London Underground Map.” The pictograms aren’t particularly impressive, but considering the debacle that was the logo for …