Industrial Art News – Vol. 26, No. 11, November 1958

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Content includes:
5th All Japan Auto Show
Minor change of Toyopet Crown, Deluxe
The Foundation of Finnish Craft Design and Ladies and Gentlemen ① / Mosuke Yoshitake
2 limited express trains
Business express ‘Kodama’
 Interior Design of Limited Express ‘Asakaze’ / Tomikuji Suzuki, Osamu Higuchi
Tohoku crafts (graph)
Tohoku Somewhere / Shinji Koike
Practicing clay modeling (from the course of the workshop) / Masao Hata
Phone housing design / Industrial Crafts Laboratory Design Department (Masao Hata)
5th All Kyushu Furniture Competition

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Industrial Art News - Vol. 26, No. 11, November 1958. Cover design by Shigetaka Saito
Industrial Art News – Vol. 26, No. 11, November 1958. Cover design by Shigetaka Saito
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