IDEA magazine150
1978/9
No.150 special issue 1978-9

IDEA No.150
Published: 1978/9
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Cover Design:Kazumasa Nagai
Anton Stankowski
F. H. K. Henrion
Frieder Grindler

Colin Forbes
Alan Fletche
Wim Crouwel
Adrian Frutiger
Jacques Richez
Silvio Coppola
George Him
Hermann Zapf
Karl Oskar Blase
Pieter Brattinga
Josef Müller-Brockmann
Stanislav LKovár
Gunther Kieser
Wolf D. Zimmermann
John Gorham
Heiri Steiner
Hans Hillmann
Jan van Toorn
Franvo Bassi
Bernard Villemot
Kurt Wirth
Hans Schleger
Emanuele Luzzati
Pino Tovaglia
Helmut Schmidt-Rhen
Allen Hurburt
Giulio Confalonieri
Michael Foreman
Giulio Confalonieri
Siegfried Odermatt
Roman Cieslewicz
Heinz Waibl
Jean Widmer
Flavio Costanitini
Pierre Boucher
Arnold Schwartzman
Gilles Fiszman
Ruedi Külling
Mark Zeugin
B. K. Wiese
David Pelham
Herbert W. Kapitzki
Franco Grignani
Georges Calame
Peter Megert
Waldemar Swierzy
Rosmarie Tissi
Mervyn Kurlansky
John McConnell
Jukka Veistola
Kurt Weidemann
Rambow, Lienemeyer, Van de Sand
Stuart Ash
Jean David
Heather Cooper
Makoto Nakamura
Ikko Tanaka
Tadanori Yokoo
Katsumi Asaba
Kazumasa Nagai
Yoshio Hayakawa
Yasaburo Kuwayama
Shigeo Fukuda
Kiyoshi Awazu
Isao Nishijima
Yusaku Kamekura
U. G. Satoh
Shigeo Okamoto
Tadashi Ohashi
Takenobu Igarashi
Eiko Ishioka
Graphic Design in Europe Colin Forbes
The main stream and branch of the graphic design for the latest 25 years in Europe Anton Stankowski
Japanese design and European design Shigeru Watano
Japan’s Present Graphic Design Situation Shinichi Segi
Past 25 Years of Japanese Grpahic Design Kazumasa Nagai
Postscript by the Editor
List of Designers who appear in this issue
Indez to Overseas Artists and their Works (from No. 1 to No. 149)

Kazumasa Nagai
Born in Osaka in 1929. In 1951 he withdrew from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, where he majored in sculpture. In 1960 he participated in organaizing the Nippon Design Center. On two occasions his designs were selected in competitions to serve as the official marks of major national events: the Sapporo Winter Olympic Games in 1966 and the Okinawa International Ocean Exposition in 1972. Now he is working mainly on posters.