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Editor in chief: Yoshihisa Ishihara
Assistant Editor: Tadashi Hamada
Editorial Cooperation: Ohchi Design Office and Midori Imatake
Cover Design: Cato, Hibberd, Hawksby Design Pty Ltd.

Contents include:
Cato, Hibberd, Hawksby Design Pty Ltd.
Packaging design in contemporary Japan by Suntory Limited / Shiseido Co. / Kao Soap Co. / Ajinomoto Co. / Takeo Yao / Kenji Hanamura / Isao Iwasaki / Katsu Kimura / Shigeru Akizuki / Takashi Kanome / Keiko Hirohashi
Murray Tinkelman
Design forum / graphics ’74
Armando Paez Torres’ “Cook Correction” [sic]
The Art Directors Club of Toronto 1973 by Alan Fletcher
The One Show
New “Egyptian” Typefaces by Yasburo Kuwayama
Koichi Nakai one man show by Shin’ichi Segi
Elements of Idea “Faces” by Shigeo Fukuda
Walter Allner in Tokyo
Animaghi: A Set of Posters and 1 Book for External Use
Poster USA / 74

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Idea 129, 1975-3. Cover design by Cato, Hibberd, Hawksby Design Pty Ltd.
Idea 129, 1975-3. Cover design by Cato, Hibberd, Hawksby Design Pty Ltd.
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