After the proclamation of the Republic, many innovations were implemented, one of these innovations, the Letter Revolution, provided innovation in the cultural field and in many other fields, as well as influencing graphic design. In this study, which was prepared by taking advantage of the Master in Art thesis titled "Reflections of the Letter Revolution Between 1928-1938 on Turkish Graphic Design". It was discussed the useage of multiple languages in graphic works produced in 1928 and before, when the Latin origin New Turkish alphabet was accepted. Information was given about the realization process of the Letter Revolution, the works produced during the Ottoman period and that we can consider as graphic design today. Studies in which different languages (French, Armenian, Greek, etc.) are applied and graphic works in which Ottoman Turkish and Turkish are used together are conveyed. The study method is based on academic study, document and archive examination. During the visual and written data collection phase, newspaper and magazine articles, some news and advertisements, official documents, books, photographs, digital documents, academic discussions, descriptive analysis and comments were used. The aim of the article is to provide a source for the literature for academicians, researchers, designers and students who do research on the field and to provide an inclusive view of the period.
Keywords: Graphic design, Letter Revolution, multi-language usage