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People and Works of Shigeo Fukuda / Takahiko Okada
The world of sound and radio Matsushita Electric talks about companies and design / Toyoguchikyo
Compasso d’Oro ’67 Report / Masanao Uematsu
The New Generation of Swedish Design / Toshiya Koseki
Series: Fragments of Japanese Advertising Art History Kampo and Ranpo
Designer triple mirror Occupation entry / Ryohei Yanagihara
Series: Pioneering Bauhaus in Modern Design Education ⑤ / Hisao Miyajima
Woodcraft George Nakashima
About George Nakashima / Yasuhiko Kobayashi
Dialogue: I start with a tree / George Nakashima + Isamu Kenmochi
From the 13th Excellent Car Poster Exhibition / Tadashi Iizawa

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Design (Japan), 110, 1968. Cover design by Tadanori Yokoo
Design (Japan), 110, 1968. Cover design by Tadanori Yokoo

 

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A country is never dead so long as it has an art. Austria is a proof of this maxim. Its liveliness since the war is liveliness which has displayed itself in the arts to a remarkable extent : it deserves the world's admiration and respect.
Parallel Public is a new publication by Sara Blaylock, published by MIT Press. The book documents the East German artists pioneering work that made their country’s experimental art scene a form of (counter) public life.

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Omnibus was Published by the journalism working group of the Technical University of Braunschweig. A square publication measuring 290mm. The publication included features on politics, arts and culture. With advertisements carefully selected to be in keeping with the visual aesthetic. Content also included exhibition information and a fine example of concrete poetry, among artists such as Schröder-Sonnenstern and Sine Hansen.

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Japan's first foreign film venue, Shochikuza Theatre (1923) is an icon of Modernism. Its Art Deco-influenced advertising, showcased in the 1925 Shochikuza News magazine, offers a glimpse into Japans influences from the West.