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Japanese Graphics Now! Hardcover – 1 Apr 2006


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""It's a visual feast showcasing the best Japanese packaging, posters and advertisements. An uplifting must-buy for anyone with an appreciation of the Asian fascination with karaoke, fast food, mobile phones, pets, clutter and all things cute and colourful."" House and Leisure, Cape Town

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Julius Wiedemann was born and raised in Brazil. After studying graphic design and marketing, he moved to Japan, where he worked in Tokyo as art editor for digital and design magazines. Since joining TASCHEN in Cologne, he has been building up TASCHEN'S digital and media collection with titles such as Animation Now!, and TASCHEN's 1000 Favorite Websites. Gisela Kozak was born in Argentina, where she got her degree in industrial design. After completing graduate studies in packaging, she moved to Japan to pursue a PhD in packaging. She also works for an advertisement company and has published several articles about Japanese packaging.

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Not what you'd expect judging from the cover. 3 Mar. 2014
By Alexander Lesskis - Published on Amazon.com
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For the price I paid ($4 - used copy), this book isn't all that bad, but I guess I was expecting more graphic design from 60s through the 80s, and instead found more recent works. There's a plethora of designers featured, but the section on packaging design was really bland.
Let's just say that a good 65% of this book features the same kind of bland vector-ish illustration that can now be found all over the interweb.
Let Down 4 Nov. 2013
By Foul Pet - Published on Amazon.com
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Not sure what I expected but, whatever it was, this isn't it. I guess what I wanted was inspiration from a different source. I got inspired by maybe 3 pages.
Five Stars 4 July 2014
By Marc Meyer, Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
Great book, arrived safely packaged well.A+++
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