Japanese Design Love

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These days it seems increasingly difficult to find a 'new' look. This wave of culture we're in has been developing so steadily in one direction- the old-timey typography, hipster colors and direct aerial photo styling found on basically every blog and branding project. I've found solace and refreshment by following Japanese graphic designers.

  Kadokawa Horror Film Festival. 2010

Kadokawa Horror Film Festival. 2010

  Japanese Concert Poster: Jazz in Fuchu.   Naotoshi   Takabayashi / 428graffi. 2012

Japanese Concert Poster: Jazz in Fuchu. Naotoshi Takabayashi / 428graffi. 2012

  Japanese Advertising: Get Back, Tohoku. Dentsu. 2012

Japanese Advertising: Get Back, Tohoku. Dentsu. 2012

  Japanese Theater Poster: Hedda Gabler. Kanako Imajo / Deisui Design. 2009

Japanese Theater Poster: Hedda Gabler. Kanako Imajo / Deisui Design. 2009

  Japanese Exhibition Poster: George Nelson. Takeo Nakano. 2014

Japanese Exhibition Poster: George Nelson. Takeo Nakano. 2014