Content includes:
Photo design by Shunzo Tokuda / Masaru Katsumi
Illustrated drawing of a tea room
New Visualization Series in Europe and the United States: An Issue in Editorial Design / Roundtable Discussion: Masaru Katsumi + Hiromu Hara + Kiyoshi Awazu + Ikko Tanaka
Recent works by Ikko Tanaka / Masataka Ogawa
Kiyoshi Awazu’s Recent Works / Noboru Kawazoe
Swiss Exposition / Shizuko Yoshikawa
Max Huber Display / Rafaela Crespi
Print Design Laboratory⑲ ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND / Tsutomu Ejima, Yasuo Toyosaki
World Rookie Prospects ⑦ / Masaru Katsumi
・ Kouo Harada
・Keiichi Tanaami
・Tadanori Yokoo
Goldsholls graphic film / Masaru Katsumi

Graphic Design / グラフィックデザイン, delved into the world of graphic design and visual culture. The magazine featured a broad range of content, including coverage of cutting-edge Japanese design and its history, as well as international graphic design.


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Graphic Design 19, 1965. Cover design by Shigeo Fukuda
Graphic Design 19, 1965. Cover design by Shigeo Fukuda
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Oldřich Hlavsa worked primarily in publication design and typography and played a major part in Czech graphic design history. He designed over 2000 book covers and published a series of his own books related to typography.

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In the late 1950s, Hans W. Brose agency, with designers Pierre Mendell, Michael Engelmann, and Klaus Oberer, crafted a compelling, colourless campaign for Bols.

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Many influential British designers have made their names in the history books. Abram Games, Alan Fletcher, Tom Eckersley and Derek Birdsall, to name a few. But one designer that has always influenced me, not only as inspiration from their design output, but as an example of the role of a designer and the importance of having strong ethics, is Ken Garland. He is known for his innovative and socially responsible approach to graphic design and his involvement in the design community through his teaching, writing and activism. In the second instalment of this series, I will discuss Ken Garland's magazine work from my collection.

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Collected Japanese ephemera From the late 1920s to the mid-1930s, from Japan's transformative period, with its robust industrial force accompanied by an increase in consumer culture.