The arrow as an active linear symbol

As an abstract graphic language, arrows have great meaning in conceptual diagramming since they largely express movement and the idea of corridors.

The most common active linear subjects when diagramming are automobile circulation, pedestrian circulation, access points, view direction, wind direction, moving of anything, amongst others.

Here are a few outlined ideas to get you started:

 

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