Graphic Designs of Takashi Kono
📖 National Museum of Modern Art
Best known by his posters for Shochiku Kinema, a major movie production company, Takashi Kono (1906-1999) was a designer whose career almost entirely overlapped with the history of Japanese graphic design. In particular, his work for the magazine NIPPON contributed to innovation in visual expression.
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