By Yusaku Kamekura, 1 9 6 8, Expo`70  Japan.

By Yusaku Kamekura, 1 9 6 8, Expo`70 Japan.

Muji poster

Muji poster

"( Perpetual ) Calendar", Self Published, Limited Edition 500 piece, Designed by Shigeo Fukuda, 1965

"( 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.

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)

Niikuni Seiichi, Post-War Japanese Poetry, (Penguin Books, 1972)

Fuji Photo Contest, 1955 Design by Yusaku Kamekura, who was a significant designer in Japan in the post-war era. Started the Japan Advertising Club.

Fuji Photo Contest, 1955 Design by Yusaku Kamekura, who was a significant designer in Japan in the post-war era. Started the Japan Advertising Club.

The Beatles: A Hard Day's Night 1964 / A collection of visual research   surveying the history of graphic   design in Japan.

The Beatles: A Hard Day's Night 1964 / A collection of visual research surveying the history of graphic design in Japan.

Japanese Poster: Tokyo Yamaha Hall. Ikko Tanaka. 1957 - Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design

Japanese Poster: Tokyo Yamaha Hall. Ikko Tanaka. 1957

Japanese Poster: Tokyo Yamaha Hall. Ikko Tanaka. 1957 - Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design

Posthumously introducing the undisputed king of Japanese Graphic design, Shigeo Fukuda

Posthumously introducing the undisputed king of Japanese Graphic design, Shigeo Fukuda

ic design activity in Japan — acknowledgement of such activity is often hindered by the linguistic and social differences between Japan and the rest of the world, yet this gap is lessening.”

ic design activity in Japan — acknowledgement of such activity is often hindered by the linguistic and social differences between Japan and the rest of the world, yet this gap is lessening.”

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