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Tomitaro Nachi, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1974 designed by Wim Crouwel and Daphne Duijvelshoff (Total Design)
Tomitaro Nachi, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1974 designed by Wim Crouwel and Daphne Duijvelshoff (Total Design)
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Direction of Travel is a project by Christian Nolle, a half Danish/half German London based artist and map collector. He has spent decades creating work, often in photographic form, that looks at the interplay between aviation, politics and the cities we live in. Christian is also the Founder and Head of Good Caesar, a design and technology studio.

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Ian McLaren and Ken Briggs produced exceptional work for a range of clients in the arts and culture sector. Their client included CND (Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament), The National Theatre and the Arts Council.
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Beyond being mere artefacts of design, these examples encapsulate the dynamic changes Japan was undergoing during this period. The design output of this era not only served commercial purposes but also became a powerful medium for expressing these societal shifts.