Otl Aicher Pictogram Card Wallet
When you can go..Where will you go? And what will you put your tickets in?
Well, our Otl Aicher inspired card case has a framed window, ideal to hold your train tickets, identity card, driving license or your modernist society membership card, of course!
The pictogram system, designed by Gerhard Joksch under the supervision of Design Commissioner Otl Aicher, originally for the Munich Olympic Games, was intended to be easily understandable and accessible to every visitor, irrespective of their native language. The visual identity for the Munich Olympics and the pictogram system has endured way beyond the 1972 Games. It is now considered a benchmark in visual identity and graphic design.
We have a range of new products that will use some of the pictograms - with our own Modernist Society spin.
The pictogram and text, following the guidelines set out by Otl, is embossed into soft touch Belluno PU.
Available in : GREY / ORANGE / TURQUOISE*
*please note the Turquoise is more Turquoise in real life than in the photographs which shows them a bit more blue.
This is an officially licensed product - pictograms © Otl Aicher.
Special thank you to Trevor Johnson for creative direction and helping bring this project to fruition.
Cost : £13 plus p&p
Why not buy together with one of our Otl Aicher, Munich 72 Cycling t-shirts.
*Please note colours may not appear as they do on your screen*