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Cover Design: Michael Manwaring
Editor in chief: Yoshihisa Ishihara
Editorial Director: Hisao Matsumoto
Publisher: Shigeo Ogawa
Editorial Cooperation: Ohchi Design Office
Editorial Cooperation: Midori Imatake

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Louis Fishauf and a New Wave by Carol Stevens
Blair Drawson: Canadian Ukiyoe-Illustrator which reminds us of Japanese Wood-cut-printer in Edo era
Latest Works of Helene Majera by François Vie
Carin Goldberg: Artist-Designer od Refreshing Eclectism by Gail Rigelhaupt, Carin Goldberg
Visual Circus ’85 Latest Works with Visual Trick by Shigeo Fukuda by Shigeo Fukuda
Seven by Hiroshi Nakahara
Illustrations by Daniel Jan by Shigeru Watano
The Art Directors Club “Hall of Fame 1984” by Charles Eames, Wallace Elton, Sam Scali. Louis Silverstein
International Design Symposium ’85 by Midori Imatake, George Nelson
New Trend in Photography as Observed at Tsukuba Museum of photography ’85 by Yoshiro Nakamura
Post Modern Colour: New Furniture Exhibition
Special Feature: ’85 Graduation Works of Graphic Design Students
Visual Design Art of 69th Nika Exhibition by Yoshihisa Ishihara
The 45th Annual Exhibition of Art Culture Association
Exhibition News, Book Review
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Idea 191, 1985-7. Cover design by Michael Manwaring
Idea 191, 1985-7. Cover design by Michael Manwaring
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Ken was born in 1929, in Southampton and grew up in a small market town in North Devon. He was a principled man, with strong values and views against the hyper-consumerism we live with today. Ken studied at the London Central School of Arts and Crafts in the 1950s and was taught by Herbert Spencer, Anthony Froshaug and Jesse Collins. Whilst at the School he studied alongside designers Ken Briggs, Alan Fletcher and Colin Forbes.

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These one-colour forms have a playful but structured aesthetic through their geometric forms, they remind me of the abstract line drawings of Picasso blended with Jan Tschichold and the New Typography.

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When perusing vintage publications, I often stumble upon forgotten or undocumented gems. In this article, I compare two remarkable advertisements designed for Sprengel Ltd byHerbert Zumpe and Karl Otto Goetz
The stories of Norwich’s medieval merchants’ marks is being told in a new book and exhibition.