ditor in chief: Yoshihisa Ishihara
Editorial Director: Noboru Sakamoto
Publisher: Shigeo Ogawa
Editorial Cooperation: Ohchi Design Office
Editorial Cooperation: Midori Imatake
Printers: Nishiki Printing Co., Ltd.
Printers: Mitsumura Printing Co., Ltd.
Printers: Dainippon Printing Co., Ltd.
Cover Design: Mick Haggerty

Content includes:
Special feature: The Society of Illustrators 22nd Annual Exhibition: Editorial Category, Book Category, Advertising Category, Institutional Category, Most Outstanding, Norman Rockwell Award, TV/Film Category, Foreign Category
Recent Works of Mick Haggerty by Takenobu Igarashi
In the Turning of the Page: The Work of Frances Butler by Marc Treib
Simon Jennings by Shigeru Watano
Kazumasa Nagai, One-Man Show Drawing by Mamoru Yonekura
The Book for Gazing by Anton Stankowski Alain Carré by Midori Imatake
The 8th International Poster Biennale, Warshaw 1980 by Makoto Nakamura
Report from the “Packaging Graphics in Japan” New York Exhibition by Shinichiro Tora
The Art and Advertising Design Department of New York City Community College by Prof. Benjamin Einhorn


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Idea 163, 1980-11. Cover design by Mick Haggerty
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