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Cover Illustration: April Greiman
Editor in chief: Yoshihisa Ishihara
Editorial Director: Kazuchika Sunaga
Publisher: Shigeo Ogawa
Editorial Cooperation: Ohchi Design Office
Editorial Cooperation: Midori Imatake

Content includes:
Feature 1: Art Directors Club of Los Angeles’ 36th Annual Exhibition by Wayne Hunt
1982 International Gold Award Competion [sic] of the PDC Charles Biondo by Charles Biondo, Shin’ichiro Tora
Zdeněk Ziegler’s Film Posters and Book Covers by Jan Rajlich
Feature 2: Martin Pedersen in New York by Takenobu Igarashi
Another Face of Dick Bruna by Shigeru Watano
Feature 3: ’83 Graduation Works of Graphic Design Students
Studies of Graphic Design in East Canada by Hiromi Nakanta
The Original Art Exhibition: The Fine Art of Children’s Book Illustration by Clarence H. Baylis, Shinichiro Tora
Visual Desgin Art of 67th Nika Exhibition by Yoshihisa Ishihara
The 43rd Annual Exhibition of Art Culture Association

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Idea 179, 1983-7. Cover design by April Greiman
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