IDEA magazine015
Graphic Design in Great Britain | Designers in Kyushu District

IDEA No.015
Published: 1956/2

Editor: Takashi Miyayama
Art Director: Hiroshi Ohchi
Cover design: Ashley Havinden

Graphic Arts
Graphic Design in Great Britain by Ashley Havinden, Tom Eckersley, Hans Schleger, F. H. K. Henrion, Pat Keely, Jan Le Witt, George Him, Milner Gray
Designers in Kyushu District by F. Nakayama, S. Nishimoto, A. Koga, M. Hiromatsu, I. Nishijima, M. Muta, T. Sugaya, K. Iwasaki, T. Kamata, S. Matsuoka, S. Fuji, T. Baba, M. Hinoeda, H. Kunitake, T. Ogata

Color Pages
Ashley Havinden, F. H. K. Henrion, George Him, Jan Le Witt, Hans Schleger, Tom Eckersley and Pat Keely
S. Nishimoto, M. Muta, M. Hiromatsu, H. Kunitake, M. Hinoeda, I. Nishijima, K. Iwasaki and T. Sugaya

On Designers in Kyushu
Toward New Tendency by F. Nakayama
As an Artist of “Nika” by S. Matsuoka
Through a Small Window by S. Nishimoto, K. Iwasaki
Brief History of Japanese Commercial Arts by A. Yamana
Formative Art Lab by S. Imatake
Eleven Principles of Profitable Advertising by Printer’s Ink
Posters of “Atoms for Piece” by Erik Nitsche
Editor’s Note by T. Miyayama

Ashley Havinden
He was bon in U.K., 1903. painter, poster designer, graphic designer, Typographer, textile designer. He had been Director of Art at S. W. Crawford Ltd. since 1929, and vice chairman from 60 to 67. He designed posters, advertisements and other publicity materials for Milk Marketing Board, the General Post Office, the London city council, Simpson’s department store, KLM and many other companies. He died in 1973.