The design collection of the Kyoto Institute of Technology is managed by its Museum and Archives, which since 1902 has been engaged in expanding its original collection of artworks that focus on what was at the time the latest in European design. This conveniently pocket-sized book presents more than 250 colorful and fascinating posters from three Eastern European countries, spanning from the 1960s through the 1980s, thereby offering an invaluable glimpse into graphic and typographical design creativity in the post-war communist period. Page after page after page of graphic inspiration—and hardly a word to read (unless you can read Japanese). This is another one of those books we’ve been offering since Day One. It’s just too good to resist. Flip to any page and you’re sure to find something new and delightful. So good. So good. So good.
Size: 4.25 × 5.875 inches
Publisher: Seigensha, 2017