Ikko Tanaka

Ikko Tanaka (January 13, 1930 – January 10, 2002) was a well-known Japanese graphic designer. The characteristic of his designs is a blending of deeply rooted Japanese traditions with western modernism to produce contemporary visual expression.
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Japanese Poster: Gathering of Kamigata Arts. Designed by Ikko Tanaka. 1973

Japanese Poster: Gathering of Kamigata Arts. Ikko Tanaka. 1973

Kanze No Theatre (VIII) Performing Arts Poster by Ikko Tanaka 1961

Kanze No Theatre (VIII) Performing Arts Poster by Ikko Tanaka 1961 (This is a japanese design)

Japanese Poster: Music Today. Ikko Tanaka. 1980

Japanese Poster: Music Today. Ikko Tanaka. 1980

Ikko Tanaka

"Red and Green" Graphic Poster, Print Screen, Size: [Image (format) × cm., - Poster Graphic Design by Ikkō Tanaka (b. 1930 - d.

Ikko Tanaka by Bence Varga, via Behance

Ikko Tanaka - He designed posters, corporate logos book and magazine layout and exhibition displays, for example The Japanese Governmemts History Pavilion display at Expo Osaka and the Oceanic Cultural Museum displays at Ocean Okinawa.

Ikko Tanaka

* Kimono Exhibition- Ikko Tanaka is one of the most famous Japanese designers. He was born in 1930 in Nara. He specialized in designing posters, logos, typography, books and magazines. He published several influential books about typography.

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