Japanese Motion Graphic Creators 2007
Following last year’s successful debut, here’s the second annual book plus DVD directory documenting the work of 100 of the best motion graphic artists in Japan. Whether you’re an art director looking for the greatest people to work with, an animator, a student of motion graphics or just someone who wants to know what’s on the cutting edge in this fast-moving field, this yearbook collects some of the freshest creativity in VJ, Promotion Video, Animation, Interactive, Video Art and Documentary. Read more
Clothing says a lot, but you can say it better.
UNIQLO designs, manufactures, markets and sells casual wear that can be worn by anyone, any day. Rather than dictate a look, UNIQLO provides people everywhere with the piece they need to create their own style. And style comes from within, which is why the UNIQLO logo is nearly invisible, tucked away inside the garment.
Official website of Kashiwa Sato : Art Director / Creative Director, Tokyo Japan.
Born in Tokyo in 1965, Kashiwa Sato studied graphic design at the Tama Art University.
After a period working for Hakuhodo, he started his own business, establishing his creative studio “Samurai” in 2000. Sato’s creative work is characterized by its powerful visual inventiveness and spans a wide range of genres and media.
In his most recent endeavor, he was responsible for the product design and advertising campaign for the NTT DoCoMo “FOMA N702iD.” He has won numerous prizes, including the Tokyo ADC Grand Prix, Tokyo TDC Gold Prize, etc.
Gas Book 24: Hideki Inaba
The newest addition to the Gas Book series features the young and already accomplished Japanese graphic artist Hideki Inaba. Inaba has developed a respected reputation within the Japanese graphics scene, for his involvement in sound and motion graphics, his design of the noted Atmosphere00 magazine, his invention of the typeface Burst Helvetica, and his role as art director for the famous Gas Book series. Read more
Japan TV Commercial Showing Early Computer Graphics…as early as 1983 Read more