IDEA magazine195
Works of Seymour Chwast from “Seymour Chwast, the Left-Handed Designer”

IDEA No.195
Published: 1986/3

Cover Illustration: Tom Curry
Table of Contents Design: Hiromi Nakata
©1986 Seibundo Shinkosha
Editor in chief: Fumio Sudoh
Editorial Director: Hisao Matsumoto
Publisher: Shigeo Ogawa
Editorial Cooperation: Ohchi Design Office
Editorial Cooperation: Midori Imatake
Printers: Nishiki Printing Co., Ltd.
Printers: Dainippon Printing Co., Ltd.
Printers: Mitsumura Printing Co., Ltd.

[Special Feature] Works of Seymour Chwast from “Seymour Chwast, the Left-Handed Designer” by Steven Heller
David Pocknell’s Company Ltd. by David Pocknell
TOKYO in TOKYO “Tokyo: its Shape and Mind” Exhibit to Tour US by Arata Isozaki, Tadanori Yokoo, Shigeo Fukuda, Hiroshi Hara, Eiko Ishioka, Toyoo Ito, Kohei Sugiura, Fumihiko Maki, Kiyoshi Awazu, Tadao Ando, Shiro Kuramata
Swiss Poster Designers Series Exhibition, Burkhard Mangold, Emil Cardinaux by Oskar Bätschmann, Thomas Bolt
Tom Curry: “Stylized Graphic Realism with a Humorous Twist” by Tom Curry
Quality and Control Form Within – Corporate Graphic Design / Kimberly-Clark by Imatak
Anita Kunz and Her Mysterious World by Akiko Hyuga
2nd International Design Festival held in Osaka by Imatake
Book Review “GA, Illustrators 25” by Yoshihisa Ishihara
Ceramic Exhibition: Painting / Ryuichi Yamashiro, Ceramic / Taizo Kuroda by Ikko Tanaka
Exchange of Contemporary French and Japanese Posters Exhibition by Shin’ichi Segi
“City and Art: the Modernism od Osaka and Kobe” held at Hyogo Prefectural Museum Modern Art, Kobe by Haruhiko Fujii
The BAG Exhibition: Carrier Bags from London, Paris, New York, Milan, Tokyo
Parsons Graphic Design in Japan by Yusaku Kamekura, Ikko Tanaka, Kiyoshi Kanai, Janaia Donaldson, Jose Conde, Elissa Ichiyasu, Frances Ullenberg, Susan Hopper, Carol Gillot
Overseas News, Addresses of Contributors
Domestic News
Book Review
Exhibition News

Tom Curry
Born in Texas in 1945. He entered North Texas State University and studied adversising art and graduated in 1968. After then he moved to Huston and started to work as a production artist and designer at an advertising agency. Having had experienced various experiences, he changed his direction to free-lance illustrator. He contributed to ‘Texas Monthly’ magazine, Huston city and advertising agencies. In 1983 he set up his own studio, Curry and Associates.