Content includes:
design focus:
“Marcello Morandini” exhibition
changing trends and generations in advertising awards
collections of works of pioneers
concerning NTT mark
International Design Symposium ’85
Hiroshima Appeals ’85
Miyake issey and Close-up of Japan in London
“di-constructive” perspective of books
William Morris and the Kelmscott Press
Tsukuba Expo ’85
Hara koichi’s record jackets
Soeda takayuki’s art direction
design east & west: Ishioka eiko
design east & west: K2
ICOGRADA series 10: France/New Zealand/Israel/Italy/Yugoslavia
Japan Graphic Designers Association news


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Graphic Design 98, 1985
Graphic Design 98, 1985. Cover design by Takayuki Soeda
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More graphic design history articles
The versatility of the arrow sign knows no bounds – from thin lines exuding delicacy to thick, heavy-set lines conveying stability and weight. Depending on its construction, the arrow sign can speak with individuality, even possessing psychological and emotional expression.
“They’ll never stand for that” and “It’s too modern” are, as George Plante aptly puts it, the restraintive thoughts which beset a commercial artist who tries to let himself go.

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The typographic designs produced for the National Theatre by Ken Briggs are not only iconic and depict the Swiss typographic style of the time, but remain a key example of the creation of a cohesive brand style.

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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.