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Special Feature: A Natural History of Printers’ Flowers
Column [Japanese Only]Taro Yamamoto “Fournier’s Ornaments”Yoshihisa Shirai “On Printers’ Flowers”[Japanese Translation] “Printers’ Flowers and Arabesques” Francis Meynell, Stanley Morison [Notes on this article by Mitsuo Kono]Feature II: Various Aspects of Contemporary Ornaments and PatternsZuzana Licko, The Pattern Foundry, Andrea Tinnes, Kapitza, Marian Bantjes, House Industries, Typographic MasonryWhen Flying Pigs Design vol. 38 Text by Kyoichi Tsuzuki”Bangkok-Japanese, 1963: Japanese posters made in Thailand”Critical eyes for Japanese typeface vol.3 by Mitsuo Fukawa, Toshiaki Maeda**Special Supplement: The Treasury of Printers’ Flowers

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Idea 325, 2007-11
Idea 325, 2007-11
Idea magazine, issue 325, 2007. Special Feature: A Natural History of Printers’ Flowers
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