Industrial Art News – Vol. 26, No. 8, September-October 1958

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Selling should be backed up by preparing good design
Ceramic ware by Killiki Salmenheara
‘ ZUNOW’ Pentaflex Camera – G. K. Industrial Designers
J.N.R. Topics : ‘KODAMA’ and ‘ ASAKAZE’
Inauguration of Industrial Design Section, M.I.T.I. – ARAI Shinichi
FINLAND: Nuutajärvi Glass-works – YOSHITAKE Mosuke
Scandinavian Earthenware (Graph)
SODEISHA’ Exhibition
General Aspect of American Industrial Design – AKASHI Kazuo
Japan Advertising Artists Club’ Exhibition 1958
TÖHOKU (Northen Part of Japan)-Inspecting round the local arts and crafts – KOIKE Shinji
Big Star Fade Out -Death of Norman Bel Geddes – KATZUMIE Masaru
Winners of Wooden Toy Design Competition – NOGUCHI Tsuneki
Exhibitions, News, Books
Cover Design : EJIMA Tamotsu (Our Cover Artist)

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Industrial Art News - Vol. 26, No. 8, September-October 1958. Cover design by Tamotsu Ejima
Industrial Art News – Vol. 26, No. 8, September-October 1958. Cover design by Tamotsu Ejima
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