Everything acquires a kind of halo which is not imaginary - but does it float

The boundary between the past and the future, or the divide between traditional and revolutionary can be found in many forms of Koichi Sato’s work.

Japanese Exhibition Poster: Plakate aus Japan. Koichi Sato. 1993

Japanese Exhibition Poster: Plakate aus Japan. Koichi Sato. 1993

The Gurafiku archive of Japanese graphic design is a collection of visual research surveying the history of graphic design in Japan.

Japanese Poster: Tama Art Graduation Exhibition. Koichi Sato. 2008

Japanese Poster: Tama Art Graduation Exhibition. Koichi Sato. 2008

The Gurafiku archive of Japanese graphic design is a collection of visual research surveying the history of graphic design in Japan.

Kōichi Satō – Posters | Graphicine

The boundary between the past and the future, or the divide between traditional and revolutionary can be found in many forms of Koichi Sato’s work.

Kōichi Satō – Posters | Graphicine

Everything acquires a kind of halo which is not imaginary - but does it float Work by Koichi Sato

Koichi Sato, poster

The boundary between the past and the future, or the divide between traditional and revolutionary can be found in many forms of Koichi Sato’s work.

koichi sato - Google keresés

The boundary between the past and the future, or the divide between traditional and revolutionary can be found in many forms of Koichi Sato’s work.

Carin Goldberg Design

Book cover designed by Carin Goldberg / Title: The Man Who Loved Only Numbers by Paul Hoffman. Nice adaptation of childrens activity. Good representation of subject

Koichi Sato - VISUALOGUE - 2001

Koichi Sato - VISUALOGUE - 2001

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