This book provides us with a groundbreaking, comprehensive overview of postwar Japanese design.
Written by Naomi Pollock and published by Abrams, this book will give you a comprehensive overview of postwar Japanese design. For most Japanese, design is not limited to functionality and materiality. Furthermore, it’s also closely linked to culture and tradition. As mass-production spread in the post-war period, an amazing intercultural exchange began between Japan and the western world. In recent years, a new generation of designers has taken Japanese creativity into completely new territory and reinterpreted the meaning of design. Just click on the following link to learn more about this book.
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