Seventy-Five Years Of The Doomsday Clock

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The Doomsday Clock is many things all at once: It’s a metaphor, it’s a logo, it’s a brand, and it’s one of the most recognizable symbols of the past 100 years. Chicago landscape artist Martyl Langsdorf, who went by her first name professionally, created the Doomsday Clock design for the June 1947 cover of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, published by the news organization and nonprofit behind the iconic Doomsday Clock. It sits at the crossroads of science and art and therefore communicates an immediacy that few other forms can. As designer Michael Bierut says, the Clock is “the most powerful piece of information design of the 20th century.”

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The Doomsday Clock at 75

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