New York: George Braziller, 1966. Second Printing. Original Cloth. Quarto, pp. 282, biographical notes on the authors, richly illustrated in b/w. Different aspects of comprehension, observation, perception, and representation are here studied by scientists, psychologists, historians, anthropologists, architects, and artists. Very Good, no DJ. Item #1411
With contributions by such noted experts as Arnheim, Giedion, etc. from around the world, this collection of essays was an attempt to make universal statements about how we communicate. A fascinating chapter by Rudolf Modley on "Graphic Symbols for Worldwide Communication."