Ikko Tanaka Posters 1980-2002, DNP Graphic Design Archive Exhibition IV, 2012

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Ikko Tanaka poster exhibition catalogue at Ginza Graphic Gallery

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Ikko Tanaka Posters 1980-2002, DNP Graphic Design Archive Exhibition IV, 2012
Ikko Tanaka Posters 1980-2002, DNP Graphic Design Archive Exhibition IV, 2012

 

Ikko Tanaka Posters 1980-2002, DNP Graphic Design Archive Exhibition IV, 2012
Ikko Tanaka Posters 1980-2002, DNP Graphic Design Archive Exhibition IV, 2012

 

Ikko Tanaka Posters 1980-2002, DNP Graphic Design Archive Exhibition IV, 2012
Ikko Tanaka Posters 1980-2002, DNP Graphic Design Archive Exhibition IV, 2012

 

Ikko Tanaka Posters 1980-2002, DNP Graphic Design Archive Exhibition IV, 2012
Ikko Tanaka Posters 1980-2002, DNP Graphic Design Archive Exhibition IV, 2012
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