Editor: Yoshihisa Ishihara
Art Director: Hiroshi Ohchi
Cover Design: Haruo Miyauchi

Contents include:
Haruo Miyauchi, Push Pun Studios, Now York [sic.]
Zenji Funabashi, Wood Craft, Canada
Richard C. Runyon Design Incorporated
Mark English
Joseph Binder by Kim Levin
AIGA “Learning Materials 1973”
Elements of idea “Moire”
’74 Graduation Works of Graphic Art Students
Ayao Yamana
International Computer Art Exhibition
’74 Greeting Card & Calendar
Ronald Bosc
Illustrator, Mel Furukawa
“Supergraphic” for kindergarten
Today’s Japanese Wallpaper
Jams F. Fulton + Partners


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Idea 125, 1974-7. Cover design by Haruo Miyauchi
Idea 125, 1974-7. Cover design by Haruo Miyauchi

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