Yoshio Hayakawa, sometimes called the “father” of Japanese graphic design, was a post-WII Japanese designer, illustrator, and commercial artist. And now you know as much as we do. This book’s 2-page introduction gives just a taste of the esteem in which he is held in Japan—the remaining sixty or so pages will show why he’s earned that esteem, with picture after picture of good work.
- Introduction: Ikko Tanaka
- Size: 5 × 7.125 inches
- Pages: 64
- Binding: Hardcover
- Publisher: Ginza Graphic Gallery, 1993