Tanaka Ikko: graphic master
Ikko Tanaka (born in 1930) is one of the established masters of Japaneseraphic design. His work draws together influences from East and West,cknowledging the vocabulary of European Modernism while remainingharacteristically Japanese. Inspired by sources as diverse as traditionalapanese illustration techniques and his passion for American jazz, he isenowned for numerous cultural posters and programmes for theatre and ballet,any for Kanze Noh Drama.;This work examines Tanaka's entire career,ncompassing graphic design and art direction, editorial and interior design.he book is structured into four chapters, each addressing a different aspectf Tanaka's career and a concluding section comprises a critical anthologyith contributions from commentators on contemporary graphic design.
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