Industrial Art News – Vol. 28, No. 5, August 1960

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Content includes:
8 mm Low Voltage Projectors
Designers In A Manufacturing Company (2) Toyota Motors Co.
Designers Under The Motto ‘Good Thinking & Good Products’
Multi-purpose Vehicle For Farmers
Kemmochi Design Associates.
IAN Spotlight : Suntry ‘ Royal’
‘Tanaka’ Living Scale
Toyopet ‘ Stout ‘
What Did We Get From World Design Conference In Japan!
Mukai Shutaro, Kato Tatsumi, Sugiura Kohei
Aluminum And Stainless-steel Products From Abroad
Exhibitions, News, Books

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Industrial Art News - Vol. 28, No. 5, August 1960. Cover design by Kazumasa Nagai
Industrial Art News – Vol. 28, No. 5, August 1960. Cover design by Kazumasa Nagai
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