Iconograph

An iconograph is a picture formed by a word or words. It can take the form of irregularly shaped letters or (especially in the case of poems) irregularly aligned text. American poet May Swenson popularized such poems in her 1970 book Iconographs, which contained a number of poems laid out to resemble their subjects (e.g. a butterfly): ...
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Iconograph

• (n.) An engraving or other picture or illustration for a book.
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Iconograph

I·con'o·graph noun [ See Iconography .] An engraving or other picture or illustration for a book.
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iconograph

iconograph 1. A drawing, engraving, or illustration for a book. 2. The description or illustration of any subject by means of drawings or figures; such as, any book or work in which this is done. 3. The branch of knowledge that deals with the representation of people or objects by any application of the arts of design. 4. A symbolic representatio...
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