Industrial Art News – Vol. 27, No. 3, March 1959

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Content includes:
A Study of ‘KATAKANA’ (Japanese Alphabet) Lettering and its Spacing – SATO Keinosuke
Modelchange of ‘ToyoAce’ Light Track : TOYOTA Motors’ – YAEGASHI Mamoru
Electric-train for the exclusive use of school excursion
Unit-type Illumination
Knockdown Display for Over-sea Exposition – KEMMOCHI Design Asso
Craft Center Japan
Low-Cost Chair.
Industrial Design Education of The Institute of Design, I.IT. – CHIKU Atsushi
Furniture for Bamboo Work – AI Kyüshü Branch
Design : Vacuum-Jug
A Study of The Nature of The Market for Japanese Handicrafts in The U.S.A. (2)
The 8th ‘SEIKATSU TO KÖGEI’ Exhibition
Exhibitions, News
Cover Design : HOSOYA Iwao (Our Cover Artist)

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Industrial Art News - Vol. 27, No. 3, March 1959. Cover design by Iwao Hosoya
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