Annual of Advertising Art in Japan 1957
📖 Bijutsu Shuppan-Sha
An extensive and important work of reference on Japanese graphic design from 1957 including: advertising, posters, packaging, direct mail and more with an abundant selection of full-page trade advertisements towards the back.
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