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Cover Illustration: Jan Sawka
Editor in chief: Yoshihisa Ishihara
Editorial Director: Noboru Sakamoto
Publisher: Shigeo Ogawa
Editorial Cooperation: Ohchi Design Office
Editorial Cooperation: Midori Imatake

Content includes:
Illustrator Philippe Kaihenn Shigeru Watano
Young Graphic Designers from Slovakia: Pavol Choma, Jozef Dóka junior, Lubomír Longauer, Svetozár Mydlo, Vladislav Rostoka by Jan Rajlich
Special feature: American Record Jacket Design Now / Selected by 15 leading Art Directors in the U.S. by Yoshio Nakamura
Human Figures by Jan Sawka by Shigeo Fukuda
Adrian Loos by Midori Imatake
Twenty Years of Award Winners of the Society of Illustrators Exhibition by Shinichiro Tora
Tetsuo Yayoshi’s Art Direction by Tomoharu Tawara
Shin Matsunaga’s Art Direction
The School of Visual Arts presents “Visual Passages” by Shinichiro Tora
Loughborough College of Art and Design by Jan Rajlich

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Idea 169, 1981-11. Cover design by Jan Sawka
Idea 169, 1981-11. Cover design by Jan Sawka
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