Parking spaces at Gordon College display the previous two-wheel version of the Accessible Icon. The icon, designed by the Accessible Icon Project, is a redesign of the International Symbol of Access (also known as the handicap symbol) that shows an active and engaged person with arms in motion.  Glenney's research focuses on the philosophy of perception and he maintains active interest in graffiti and street art.  The Accessible Icon has been adopted by cities and institutions around the world, including Gordon College, Nissan, New York City, Malden, MA, and others.
Parking spaces at Gordon College display the previous two-wheel version of the Accessible Icon. The icon, designed by the Accessible Icon Project, is a redesign of the International Symbol of Access (also known as the handicap symbol) that shows an active and engaged person with arms in motion. Glenney's research focuses on the philosophy of perception and he maintains active interest in graffiti and street art. The Accessible Icon has been adopted by cities and institutions around the...
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