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Lab-elle: albums attentifs aux potentiels féminins. Revue Parole, revue de l'Institut Jeunesse et Médias. R-DIFFUSION, RESEAU DE DIFFUSION DE CREATION CONTEMPORAINE. Poursuite Edition. Ausgezeichnete Grafikdesignbücher im Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz: Corporate Design, Formulare … Typographic town logos in hiragana/katakana. [Typographic logo for Kamagaya (Chiba) spells town name in katakana] Japanese town logos -- official symbols designed to communicate the identity of each municipality -- come in a vast array of shapes and colors.
Many of these municipal symbols incorporate typographical elements (particularly kanji, hiragana, katakana, and Roman letters) into their designs. In most cases, the stylized characters are straightforward and easy to spot (even if you don't read Japanese), but sometimes you have to bend your eyes to see them. The more complex logos encode the name of the town into a puzzle-like symbol that begs to be deciphered.
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