Japanese Typographic Poster: Ikko Tanaka. Graphic Master. 1993

Typographic Poster: Ikko Tanaka. Graphic Master. 1993

Japanese Poster

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

Shigeo Fukuda

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Japanese Poster: Ten World Artists. 1982 - Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design Pattern making up the poster

Design Is History | Ikko Tanaka, born in Nara, Japan in 1930. He created a style of graphic design that fused modernism principles and aesthetics with the Japanese tradition.

Ikko TANAKA, Nihon Buyo, 1981 © Ikko TANAKA Offset, 103 x cm Client: UCLA Asian Performing Arts Institute (University of California, Los Angeles) Poster for a Japanese traditional dance performance at UCLA

Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design

Japanese Exhibition Flyer: Tadanori Yokoo’s Showa Nippon. 2013 i like the use of japanese art. we are also doing kimonos in our course.

Japanese Poster: World Design Expo. Yusaku Kamekura. 1989 - Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design

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Design by Shigeo Fukuda. Makes you want to look at it more. Optical illusion.

Japan's graphic design master Shigeo Fukuda passed away last month. Fukuda created thousands of optical illusion posters — and some installations — that ar

Japanese Graphic Design

Yusaku Kamekura was one of Japan's most prolific graphic designers. He is probably best-known for his 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games posters as Japa