Graphic Design 28, 1976
Graphic Design / グラフィックデザイン was a monthly Japanese magazine published by Diamond Publishing that explored graphic design and visual culture. This covered the latest in Japanese design and some of its history as well as international developments, competitions, exhibitions and new publications. As well as designer showcases, reviews and reportage. It is distinctive in its proportionality, 300mm × 260mm (which feels nearly square), and in its mix of papers, use of tip ins and fold outs.
This issue features a wonderful illustrated article on Franco Grignani written by Katzumie Masaru and a look at Yusaku Kamekura's recent work, by the same author. Also, there's an intriguing piece on the tourism posters of Japan, and a review of the American pavilion at the Montreal Expo.
Discover more issues of 'Graphic Design' here.
Title: Graphic Design
Issue: Number 28
Size: 300mm × 260mm
Format: Soft Cover Magazine
Language: Japanese w/ English Summery