From Ontwerpwerk design:
The Gerd Arntz archive at the Municipal Museum The Hague contains more than 4000 pictograms and small illustrations designed by Gerd Arntz for Isotype, the pioneering method of visual statistics developed by Otto Neurath in the 1920s and ’30s. This archive has now been completely digitized by the Memory of the Netherlands Foundation. A comprehensive and inspiring selection of Arntz’ ‘signatures’ is now internationally accessible on the Gerd Arntz web archive www.gerdarntz.org.
You might remember me writing about Gerd Arntz and the origins of the stick figure. This new site is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in Arntz and Isotype. Just one of the gems—Arntz’s original linocut for one of the symbols:
Incredible! (Thanks to Christopher Clay for the link.)