"( Perpetual ) Calendar", Self Published, Limited Edition 500 piece, Designed by Shigeo Fukuda, 1965
YOSHIO HAYAKAWA (1917-2009) [CARON CUTTING SCHOOL] Hayakawa was a pioneer of Japanese graphic design, who co-founded the Japan Advertising Artists Club with Kamekura in 1951 and was the first Japanese member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. He opened his own studio in 1954, inventing a strange visual mixture of Japanese tradition with his own personal approach to depicting women. There was a large retrospective of his work at the Osaka Museum in 2011.
Niikuni Seiichi, Post-War Japanese Poetry, (Penguin Books, 1972)