Another genius of Japanese poster design. Ikko Tanaka established his own studio in Tokyo in 1963, and is credited with developing Muji's identity, where he worked as art director until 2001. You wouldn't believe how much this guy has been ripped-off over the years by other "poster designers". This is the real deal; clean, effortless design created with a true illustrator's hand.

Another genius of Japanese poster design. Ikko Tanaka established his own studio in Tokyo in and is credited with developing Muji's identity, where he worked as art director until You wouldn't believe how much this guy has been ripped-off over

Ikko Tanaka Illustrazione del 1981. Issey Miyake si ispira a lui per una capsule collection : http://openmag.it/blog/2016/04/30/issey-miyake-si-ispira-al-grafico-ikko-tanaka/

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Ikko TANAKA, Nihon Buyo, 1981 © Ikko TANAKA Offset, 103 x cm Client: UCLA Asian Performing Arts Institute (University of California, Los Angeles) Poster for a Japanese traditional dance performance at UCLA

Coming to fame in the 1950s, Ikko Tanaka earliest works came at a time where contemporary Japanese designers were trying to balance res...

The Influence and Mastery of Japanese Graphic Designer, Ikko Tanaka

Graphic design by Ikko Tanaka. Just wonderful. More on him here: http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/ikko-tanaka

"Red and Green" Graphic Poster, Print Screen, Size: [Image (format) × cm., - Poster Graphic Design by Ikkō Tanaka (b. 1930 - d.

Ikko Tanaka Illustration 3  Theatre poster (Selected Fables). Designer Ikko Tanaka. From Graphis Posters 73.

iconoclassic: “ Ikko Tanaka / Theatre poster – Selected Fables Graphis Posters 73 (via Japanese Illustration, / Aqua-Velvet) ”

Ikko Tanaka, Concert Projection de Films, 1997

Films in concert, the music of Takemitsu, Japanese graphic design: What’s not to love about this poster by Ikko Tanaka?

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