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There's work for all / Michael Young, Theodor Prager. London: Nicholson & Watson, 1945

“This book from 1945 contains a very interesting mix of different charts made by the ISOTYPE Institute, some classic and some quite unusual. As a book about labor and unemployment, it also makes extensive use of Gerd Arntz’s famous unemployed man icon (...) This section makes extensive use of the sad worker (wearing the classic hat and with his head lowered) that is perhaps Gerd Arntz’s most famous creation.”


Robert Kosara. ISOTYPE Book: Young, Prager, There’s Work for All. Eagereyes, December 1, 2019.

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