Pictorial symbols are a universal bridge between the visual language of forms and a direct experience of the perceived reality. The most interesting about pictorial symbols is not their future way of use, but their form. Thus, this book will be looking at the comparison of 2D and 3D pictograms, and their strengths and weaknesses. Such a complex task requires streamlining of all aspects of graphic work into an ideal unity. The visual concept is connected with the chosen environment which is the Singapore Changi Airport, Terminal 3.