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Gurafiku is a collection of posters, illustrations, magazines and other examples from the history of Japanese graphic design, created by designer Ryan Hageman. Graphics are divided into decades, starting from 1800. Below you can find some examples from the 1980s, but I strongly encourage you to check all of them on the Ryan’s blog.


International Triennial, Kazumasa Nagai, 1985. Source:


Automation show, Kazumasa Nagai, 1986. Source:


The End, Masuteru Aoba, 1982. Source:


The World of Play, Shigeo Fukuda, 1981. Source:


The Sun, Shigeo Fukuda, 1981. Source:


The Fukuda Museum, Shigeo Fukuda, 1980. Source:


Ten World Artists, Shigeo Fukuda, 1982. Source:



Private Exhibition, Shigeo Fukuda, 1981. Source:


Inter Design, Shigeo Fukuda, 1981. Source:


World Design Expo, Mitsuo Katsui, 1989. Source:


World Design Expo, Yukihisa Takakita, 1989. Source:


World Design Expo, Kazumasa Nagai, 1989. Source:


World Design Expo, Yusaku Kamekura, 1989. Source:


Welcome to Japan, Masayoshi Nakajo, 1988. Source:


World Design Expo, Koichi Sato, 1989. Source:

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