Idea 1967, Yusaku Kamekura

Good use of colour and the unique patterned lines add an illustrative aspect to the design.

It all starts with one...

graphic design inspiration, in search for the color red I think the domino effect of this piece sends a very clear message to the viewer as well as encapsulates the idea of change. Just a really interesting and successful piece overall.

Love what you do

Portland State University's Friends of Graphic Design – Student Show poster, 2009 - The added cut outs to the font makes what could be a boring flyer, an unmissable one.

60s Japanese Graphic Design » ISO50 Blog – The Blog of Scott Hansen (Tycho / ISO50)

60s Japanese Graphic Design

Gurafiku has an extensive archive of Japanese graphic design from the to today. In particular, the vibrant work of the by greats like Yusaku Kamekura and Ikko Tanaka caught my eye.

Food and wine festival

Food & Wine Festival: The black helps show professionalism. The fork incorporated with the wine bottles in the negative space helps show off its fanciness.

swiss typography

*i love how the text fills in the white space that also defines the number. the text floating in white space espeically around the 5 and 6 is annoying- maybe use a drop shadow to define it instead?