Japanese graphic designer Kiyoshi Awazu (1929 – 2009), known for his contributions to poster and urban design, was consistently considered among the upper echelon of Japanese graphic designers throughout his career, which began in the years following World War II.

Japanese graphic designer Kiyoshi Awazu (1929 – 2009), known for his contributions to poster and urban design, was consistently considered among the upper echelon of Japanese graphic designers throughout his career, which began in the years following World War II.

Stylish print with the geometric shape of a butterfly. Perfect to combine with some of our other geometrical prints from our Graphical category. Looks great with minimalistic or Scandinavian-style home décor. www.desenio.co.uk

Stylish print with the geometric shape of a butterfly. Perfect to combine with some of our other geometrical prints from our Graphical category. Looks great with minimalistic or Scandinavian-style home décor. www.desenio.co.uk

exhibition poster for the MOMA by Tadanori Yokoo (1968)

Graphis Posters 75 (part 2)

Japanese graphic designer Kiyoshi Awazu (1929 – 2009), known for his contributions to poster and urban design, was consistently considered among the upper echelon of Japanese graphic designers throughout his career, which began in the years following World War II.

Japanese graphic designer Kiyoshi Awazu (1929 – 2009), known for his contributions to poster and urban design, was consistently considered among the upper echelon of Japanese graphic designers throughout his career, which began in the years following World War II.

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