The complete retrospective of the ingenious Japanese master of three-dimensional typography

In the mid-1970s, the designer began a decade-long prolific exploration of the possibilities of the 3D type with his early experiments with axonometric lettering appearing on magazine covers, posters and record covers – drawing inspiration from avant-garde typography from the 1920s. but rendered again as bold sculptural letters. It was in fact Graphis, the first Swiss design magazine, which first …