Yusaku Kamekura: Posters
And now, without further ado, here are some amazing Yusaka Kamekura posters. Kamekura was one of the pioneers of Japanese graphic design. He was at the forefront in promoting graphic design as an...
Graphic Designer Awazu Kiyoshi’s Fantastical World
Awazu rebuked modernist design ideals in his graphic art and instead engaged with indigenous culture, popular symbols, and untidy visuals.
Juxtapoz Magazine - The Kaleidoscopic Work of Awazu Kiyoshi
Designer and artist Awazu Kiyoshi's colorful, psychedelic visuals served a strong career of political advocacy within Tokyo's artistic community. He i...
Eraserhead vs. Protractorhead
This 1971 book by Kiyoshi Awazu was going to be part of a larger post of Japanese graphic design… until I admitted to myself that it is the best thing ever and deserves its own post.
Izutsu Hiroyuki | Tokyo Illustrators Society
This is the page of Izutsu Hiroyuki, an active Tokyo Illustrators Society (TIS) member. You can view the artist's profile, works and announcements here.
Juxtapoz Magazine - Keiichi Tanaami "Cherry Blossoms Falling in the Evening Gloom" @ NANZUKA, Tokyo
We wish we were in Tokyo this month! That way we could see Japanese psychedelic master Keiichi Tanaami's new show, "Cherry Blossoms Fall...
AntikBar Original Vintage Posters
The Nippon Design Center Tokio Tokyo Graphics Exhibition Wuppertal 1965 - original vintage poster listed on AntikBar.co.uk #NipponDesignCenter @ndccojp #Tokyo #Japan #Art #Design #Graphics #Exhibition #Wuppertal #Germany #GraphicArts
Hiroki Nishiyama draws on traditional graphic design techniques in his illustration practice
“Illustration is a fundamental form of visual communication”, says Tokyo-based illustrator Hiroki Nishiyama. “I believe that the meaning and appeal of ‘expression’ is to act as a trigger to connect people and things, as well as people and people.” This is evident in the illustrator’s sweeping lines and bold use of block colours that carve out scenes taken from society.