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Content includes:
Ritsuhanko The Origin of Play Graphics Shigeo Fukuda
Olivetti logotype manual
Montreal Olympic Design Policy
Indian Tantra Art Ajit Mukherjee
Ocean Expo Report 3 Expo Site Lighting Design Motoko Ishii
Original 1975 illustration by Hiroshi Manabe
From a graphic design exhibition in the UK

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 60, 1975
Graphic Design 60, 1975. Cover design by Ikko Tanaka

 

Graphic Design 60, 1975 - Montreal Olympic Design Policy
Graphic Design 60, 1975 – Montreal Olympic Design Policy

 

Graphic Design 60, 1975 - Montreal Olympic Design Policy
Graphic Design 60, 1975 – Montreal Olympic Design Policy
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Before ascending to fame within the contemporary art scene, Warhol enjoyed a thriving career as a commercial artist. His illustration work was commissioned by various magazines, including The New Yorker, Vogue, and Harper's Bazaar.

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Little is known about the talented designer Günther Glückert. Born during the 1930s, a period that proved less than conducive to nurturing youthful artistic endeavours, did not halt Glückert's path of becoming a talented designer.

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Rudolph de Harak designed over 50 record covers for Westminster Records as well as designing covers for Columbia, Oxford and Circle record labels. His bright, geometric graphics can easily be distinguished and recognised.

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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.