IDEA magazine201
The 6th NAAC Exhibition

IDEA No.201
Published: 1987/3

Cover Design: Fernando Medina
©1987 Seibundo Shinkosha
Editor in chief: Fumio Sudoh
Editorial Director: Yoshihisa Ishihara
Publisher: Shigeo Ogawa
Editorial Cooperation: Midori Imatake
Editorial Cooperation: Ohchi Design Office
Editorial Cooperation: Masuteru Aoba
Printers: Nishiki Printing Co., Ltd.
Printers: Dainippon Printing Co., Ltd.
Printers: Mitsumura Printing Co., Ltd.

Special Feature: Nippon Advertising Arts Council; The 6th NAAC Exhibition by Shinichiro Arai, Susumu Sakane
11th International Poster Biennale Warsaw 1986
Fernando Medina: Design Which Expresses and Depth yet Remains Simple by Koichi Sato
Shimokochi/Reeves Design
Special Feature: A Series of the Teacher and His Students, Paul Peter Piech and His Ten Students, My pedagogic philosophy by Paul Peter Piech
“Halley’s Comet” Show at the School of Visual Arts, New York by Shinichiro Tora
Television Designs of The Canadian Broadcasting Corp.
Minoru Morita’s “Creative Center” by Shinichiro Tora
Guido-Creation is Freedom, Dream Painting Through the Looking Glass by Alomée Planel
BBV Graphics, Works of Ruedi Baur by Lars Müller
Carbone Smolan Associates: New York by Lynn Snowden
Package Design of Famous Shops in Japan by Takeo Yao
Art of Incompletion and Non-logic, Jae Eun Choi by Midori Imatake
Exhibition: Herbert Bayer by Yusaku Kamekura
Poster Fair “Doki Doki TOKYO” by Katsumi Yutani
Overseas News and Addresses of Contributors
Domestic News
Exhibition News
Book Review

Fernand Medina
After working as art director in various advertising agencies, he set up his own practice in Madrid in 1970, devoting his energies to visual communication and, more particularly, corporate identity programs. In 1985 he moved to Montreal, which afforded a wider scope to his activities, and opened his own office, Medina Design. He has received awards from the Art Directors’ Club of Los Angels, the Type Directors’ Club of New York, and ‘Communications Art Annual.’