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Retro MUJI Ads Created by Graphic Designer Ikko Tanaka | Spoon & Tamago

Essential Quality, ©Ikko Tanaka / licensed by DNPartcom, celebrating products "that make the most of original flavors and appearance"

<p>1990: Muji has learned from old traditions but also places importance on including the new. This poster introduced the grains in breakfast cereals and their characteristics, which were not really popular in Japan at the time.</p>

The No-Brand: 11 Brilliant Ads From The Early Days Of Muji

Muji has learned from old traditions but also places importance on including the new. This poster introduced the grains in breakfast cereals and their characteristics, which were not really popular in Japan at the time.

Ikko Tanaka for MUJI

"MUJI", (My Mood World: Muji philosophie), Graphic and Illustration Poster by Ikko Tanaka (b. 1930 - d.

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MUJI to host design discussion with Naoto Fukasawa to celebrate the New York av.

Japanese Poster: Biennial of Kobe. Ikko Tanaka.... | Gurafiku ...

Japanese Poster: Biennial of Kobe. Ikko Tanaka. 1972

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If "Shigeo Fukuda":http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/shigeo-fukuda was the king of Japanese graphic design then consider Ikko Tanaka the monarch Fukuda usurped. Two years Fukuda's senior, Tanaka never quite gained the universal acclaim afforded his peer, but was equally instrumental in the development of Japanese graphic design, evolving it into a powerful visual language still widely referenced today.

Ikko Tanaka, 1978 First of all, a very heartfelt thanks to all the readers who have been moved by our little Emma's illness to co.

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Retro MUJI Ads Created by Graphic Designer Ikko Tanaka

Maturity - Taste the Time, ©Ikko Tanaka / licensed by DNPartcom. This poster promotes the importance of taking time to make products, using the process of making soy sauce

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Having the images tiled at the top of the page like this would be an interesting concept for a folio website layout. Clicking on each photograph tile could result in the page loading underneath.

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