Newspaper Pictograms

Voici le travail de Stephen McCarthy, diplômé de la London College of Communication en “Typographie des Médias Contemporains”. Ses travaux consistent à reprendre les actualités pour essayer de les retranscrire avec de simples pictogrammes. Il a ainsi édité une version en pictogrammes du quotidien Britannique “The Sun” et illustré les émeutes des London Riots de l’été dernier. Un exercice qui s’inscrit dans la tendance actuelle d’une lecture plus rapide de l’information.

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Here is Stephen McCarthy’s work,  graduated from London College of Communication in “Contemporary Typographic Media“. His work consists in repossess the news to try to re-transcribe it with simple pictograms. He has edited a version of the daily newspaper “The Sun” and illustrated the London Riots from last summer. An exercice that corresponds to the current trend of a faster reading of information.

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