Japanese Concert Poster: Neighborhood and the Surrounding. Daisuke Maeda, Contsu Toda (T.CONTSU). 2015 | Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design
Japanese Concert Poster: Neighborhood and the Surrounding. Daisuke Maeda, Contsu Toda (T.CONTSU). 2015 | The Gurafiku archive of Japanese graphic design is a collection of visual research surveying the history of graphic design in Japan.
Japanese Concert Poster: Neighborhood and the Surrounding. Daisuke Maeda, Contsu Toda (T.CONTSU). 2015
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An introduction by Matthi Forrer offers a brief biography of Hokusai and commentary on his practice and influence. Each full-colour poster is backed with a substantial caption that provides insights into the piece’s significance and notable characteristics. Printed on heavy coated paper, these detachable posters are suitable for framing, but also taken together create a lasting and illuminating introduction to Hokusai’s extraordinary accomplishment.
AUTHOR: Matthi Forrer is one of the world’s significant exports on Hokusai. He is the author of numerous books on the artist and is a former curator for Japanese Arts at the National Museum of Ethnology in Leiden, Netherlands.
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