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Special Anniversary Issue ‘DesignX’
Introduction
Chaos & Contradiction
Ambience & Healing
Neville Brody
New Language & Notation
Tomato
Neo-Classic & Ethnic
Ted Polhemus
Street & Beat
Hajime Tachibana
Acoustic & Textured
Shinsuke Shimojo
Noriyuki Tanaka
Symbol & Icons
Force & Neo-Constructivism
Masayoshi Nakajo
List of Artists
About the Cover Design
News & Information, Exhibitions, Book Reviews

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Idea 250, 1995-5. Cover design by Noriyuki Tanaka + Neville Brody
Idea 250, 1995-5. Cover design by Noriyuki Tanaka + Neville Brody
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The collection of works I've gathered, designed for Olympia-Werke, showcases the height of mid-century German commercial artistry. The work was collated in a branded folder and contained forty brochures, advertisements and manuals.
My lectures and workshops also help bridge the gap between academia and industry. Through my lectures and collecting, I strive to promote design as a ever-changing dynamic industry that has the power to shape and improve the world we live in.

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I first came across Kens work in the Unit Edition’s superb monograph, Structure and Substance, published in 2012. Although I had owned a few of the British industrial design magazines, Design, for a few years before, in which Ken had designed numerous covers for.
IBM puts a premium on functional design, forms and colours which make it far easier for the potential customer to gain an insight. In this respect the IBM methods are exemplary. The IBM already opened studios of artistic and graphic design for its German and Italian offices and a few years ago another such studio was established in Paris. Frank René Testemale was entrusted with its organisation and was appointed its business and art director.