IDEA magazine319
2006/11
Shinro Ohtake

IDEA No.319
Published: 2006/11
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Special Feature: Shinto Ohtake “Cut + Paste” / interview with Shinro Ohtake / A Debate [3rd phase] a project by Anna Gerber and Anja Lutz / When Flying Pigs Design vol. 35 “A Clipped Paradise: visiting a 94-year-old active scrapper” Text & Photo by Kyoichi Tsuzuki / On Hand Lettering vol.4 Chapter II “Fascination of letters – hand lettering for cinema advertising ” Part 1 Koga Hirano, Naomichi Kawahata and Osamu Torinoumi / Shinro Ohtake Original Serial Poster [2nd impact] Part 21 Side A(inside): Zen-Kei VII, Side B(outside): Zen-Kei VIII / MIniature Book A: Daily Life and Windows on the Building, Miniature Book B: America 1989

Special Feature: Shinto Ohtake ” Cut + Paste”
Design by Edit 35, Shinro OhtakeIdea issue 319 special feature “Cut + Paste” focuses on Ohtake’s collage works in particular with full use of special paper, printing, insertion and even two miniature books bound. As he mentioned in the interview for this issue, Ohtake’s works essentially deviate from the word “collage'” of the western Art terminology. This issue of Idea presents what his “Cutting + Pasting” is all about with pure joy of graphics. The collectable issue.”Shinro Ohtake Zen-kei: Retrospective 1955-2006″ is coming up at Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, on 14 Oct. 2006. For more detail, please visit the official site, [ http://shinroohtake.jp ].Shinro Ohtake Born in 1955, Tokyo. Since bursting onto the scene as the standard-bearer for “new painting” in Japan in the early 1980s, Shinro Ohtake has painted ceaselessly, taking as subject matter all and everything appearing to him in the world before his eyes, and producing a body of works nearly unequaled in quality and volume. An artist remarkable in the breadth of his activities, he has simultaneously with painting worked in almost every other medium as the impulse strikes him – three-dimensional art, photography, books, printed matter, and sound. His influence as an artist, we can fairly say, extends to a spectrum of genres beyond the world of art, including photography, design, literature, and music, and touches people of all generations. (quoted from the site of the exhibition “Zen-Kei” )

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When Flying Pigs Design Vol. 35
A Clipped Paradise: visiting a 94-year-old active scrapper
Text & Photo by Kyoichi Tsuzuki

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On Hand Lettering vol.4
Chapter II “Fascination of letters – hand lettering for cinema advertising” Part 1Koga Hirano, Naomichi Kawahata and Osamu TorinoumiDesign by Hirokazu Mukai

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Shinro Ohtake Original Serial Poster
[ 2nd impact ] Part 21Side A ( inside): Zen-Kei VIISide B (outside): Zen-Kei VIII

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Special Supplement: Original Miniature Book
Miniature Book A: Daily Life and Windows on the BuildingMiniature Book B: America 1989

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