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

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Special Feature: Robert P. Gersin Associates by Lydia Ferrabee, Robert P. Gersin
Electronically created images generated by computer – I.P.S.-2 by Joanne Austin
Bande Dessinee of Theo Van Den Coogaard by Shigeru Watano
1983 Hall of Fame at Aociety of Illustrators in New York by Shin’ichiro Tora
Igarashi Architectural Alphabets by Koichi Satoh
Creation of George Nakano by Shin’ichiro Tora
Illustration and Illustrators in France by Shigeru Watano
Book Review: Takashi Kono My Momentum by Yoshio Hayakawa
Illustrators in Nagoya by Kazumasa Nagai
Design forum ’83 Exhibition by Shin’ichi Segi
The Lahti V Poster Biennale
Contest for America Flavored Photograph and Illustration
1st International Design Festival, Osaka

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Idea 182, 1984-1. Cover design by Barbara Nessim
Idea 182, 1984-1. Cover design by Barbara Nessim

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