Pictogram Language Designed For Refugee Camps

Pictogram Language Designed For Refugee Camps

The system of iconography is both a practical and artistic solution to help displaced individuals and families

Conner Dial, Fashion Editor
  • 9 september 2016

Austrian-based design firm Buero Bauer developed a set of icons to use in Europe’s many refugee camps where  displaced families and individuals seek shelter. Named First Aid Kits, the pictograms were originally designed for Austria’s Wien Mitte refugee camp, but Buero Bauer has invited other designers to develop similar icons for other camps.

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