Johannesburg Zoo by Guilherme

A versatile modular structural system was constructed for the creation of zoo pictograms. Sketches were made with the quadradius system as inspiration. After a grid was chosen, many shapes and forms were explored to best represent a wide range of animals present in the Johannesburg Zoo in South Africa. A set of banners were also made to advertise the adoption program with the real animal as a bitmap image in the background and the corresponding pictogram above it.

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    Such an interesting icon system. Grids really are the best.
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