Content includes:
Edo hikeshi no matoi-Edo fireman’s standards – Jinbo tadashi
Shiseido’s CI – Nakamura makoto
GSA 2nd Biennial Design Awards Program 1975
Cigarette cards – Sato akio
Katzumie masaru
Nakajo masayoshi’s illustrations
Watching my name go by
Designer Urano ryo in Hawaii – Katzumie masaru
Koizumi takashi’s illustrations – Katzumie masaru
ERCO’s pictograms – Otl Aicher


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 Graphic Design 65, 1977
Graphic Design 65, 1977. Cover design by Nobuo Nakagaki
Issue 65 of the Japanese magazine, Graphic Design (グラフィックデザイン) published in 1977.
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In the ambitious new monograph Rational Simplicity: Rudolph de Harak, Graphic Designer, Volume shines a light on the complete arc of the exceptionally rich and varied career of Rudolph de Harak, showcasing his vibrant, graphic, formally brilliant work, which blazed a colourful trail through the middle decades of the twentieth century.

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As a chemist, I have an obligation to be curious – I grab a stack of our chemical journals and start with the advertising section. I start it, the walk through the sand. I don’t want to deny some oases. But soon I’m bored and tired.

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"Heart: Anatomy, Function, and Diseases" (Dell, 1962), by Rudolf Hoffmann and illustrated by George Giusti, demonstrates how illustrations effectively convey complex and emotional topics whilst providing valuable information.

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In my previous article about the design work produced for Insituto di Tella, I touched upon the artists Juan Carlos Distéfano, Ruben Fontana and Juan Andralis. After further research, I found a suite of other designs they had produced, including exhibition posters, concert programmes and record sleeves.