40 years of IDEA Magazine
A Round-table Talk in Commemoration of “IDEA 40 years,” The Course of the Graphic Design in Japan Guests: Yusaku Kamekura, Kazumasa Nagai, Chaired by Masuteru Aoba
233 Cover-Designers for IDEA
The 71st ADC Awards and the 6th International ADC Awards 1992 Shinichiro Tora, Masuteru Aoba
John Jinks, Illustrator
“Ape Call from Tokyo” 1992 Mitsuo Katsui
30 Posters on Environment and Development in Rio 92 Shigeo Fukuda
Michael Ireland Regnier, Photographer
Misawa Homs’ Bauhaus Collection ÖA From Form to Function, Dessau 1925-1929 Kunio Kobayashi
The World’s Most Memorable Posters 1991 Exhibition Joyce Rutter Kaye
Christopher Garland, Creative Director Hisaka Kojima
The Illustrator of Tomorrow, Rick Nemo
Sensetive In4mation Inc.
Survey for IDEA Readers
New German Posters Noboru Matsuura
The Mind & Form of Kanazawa, Ishikawa Japan, Graphic Arts Exhibition in New York Shinichiro Tora, Yoshimi Ohba
Quod, Design and Marketing Company
Book Review, News & Information, Exhibitions, Addresses of Contributors


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