Editor in chief: Yoshihisa Ishihara
Assistant Editor: Tadashi Hamada
Editorial Cooperation: Ohchi Design Office
Editorial Cooperation: Midori Imatake
Cover Design: Ryuichi Yamashiro

Contents include:
The 24th Annual Type Directors Club Exhibition by Takenobu Igarashi, Roy Zucca, Minoru Morita
Graphic Design for the University / Marc Treib by Kiyoshi Awazu
Toni Eichenberg by Dr. Robert L. Leslie
Malcom Fowler & Nancy Lee Fouts by Shigeru Watano
Package and Corporate Design for SUMMIT
Hans Peter Hoch
Perspective Eyes / from 1979 calendar by Mitsuo Katsui
The 13th SPD Awards and the ’78 Andy Awards by Shinichiro Tora
Designers Stewart and Winner: A design office in Louisville by Midori Imatake
The 20 Years of the Society of Illustrators’ Award Winners Exhibition by Shinichiro Tora
A London designer in Hong Kong and Africa / Ian Broughton


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Idea 153, 1979-3. Cover design by Ryuichi Yamashiro
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Blase’s long-term clients were Staatstheater Kassel (Kassel State Theater) and Atlas Films. Karl Oskar Blase produced countless posters for these two organisations. It’s not surprising considering Blase designed posters for the Staatstheater for twelve years between 1966 and 1978.