Mitsuo Katsui Resonance of the visual Graphic Design Amazing Book from Japan NEW 1
A look back at graphic designer Mitsuo Katsui Resonance more than six-decade career with an emphasis on each period of his work and influences from other creative disciplines including photography, literature, and ethnology.
Since the end of the war, Mitsuo Katsui Resonance has made significant contributions to Japanese design history and has continued to push the boundaries of the new visual sphere.
Although his primary area of expertise is two-dimensional graphics, such as posters, he has pursued many different artistic expressions without being constrained by any particular framework. He has worked in a variety of art directions, including editorial, CI, sign, display, and spatial composition.
After beginning his career as a freelance designer and moving up to a position in corporate public relations, he worked closely with the design movement Mitsuo Katsui Resonance of the day and cooperated with designers from a variety of industries. Tokyo Olympics (1964), Japan World Exposition, Okinawa International Ocean Expo, National Museum of Ethnology, International Science and Technology Exposition, and International Flower and Greenery Exposition are a few events that come to mind.
Ms. Katsui is a designer who has made great achievements in the design history of Japan since the end of the war, and continues to challenge the new visual world.
The main area of specialization is two-dimensional graphics such as posters, but without being bound by the framework, he has been engaged in a wide range of art direction, including editorial, CI, sign, display, spatial composition, and pursued various expressions.
After working as a freelance designer, starting with a designer responsible for corporate public relations, he worked closely with the trend of design that led the times, and collaborated with creators in various fields. Activities include the Tokyo Olympics (1964), the Japan World Exposition, Mitsuo Katsui Resonance, the Okinawa International Ocean Expo, the National Museum of Ethnology, the National Museum of Ethnology, the International Science and Technology Exposition, and the International Flower and Greenery Exposition. included.
From early on, he was interested in developing computer graphics and advanced printing technology, and while doing practical construction of design theory related to “color and vision”, he also worked hard at the next generation at Art University Mitsuo Katsui Resonance.
Mitsuo Katsui Resonance is structured to be able to grasp the activities of Ms. Katsui over 60 years from the viewpoint of “era”, “design”, “person”, etc. Of course, it is a beautiful collection of works.