Give Us Back Man: Japanese Graphic DesignGive Us Back Man: Japanese Graphic Design Ryuichi Yamashiro, ad for Morisawa Co., early 80s Hikita Kaburo, cover for Koga magazine, 1932 Artist unknown, c. 1929-30, ad for a multiple feature including the 1929 release of Dry Martini Ryohei Kojima, ad for Yokohama City, 80s Kiyoshi Awazu, poster for fashion tenant building, 1973 Yoshitaro Isaka, 1966, ad Ikki Shimoda (illus), Chihiro Ishida (designer), ad for Fashion News, 80s Tsunehisa Kimura, 1968 Seitaro Kuroda (illus), Takashi Nomura (designer), ad for Tokyo Copywriters Club, early 80s Toru Kogure (photographer), Takashi Tanabe (designer), 'New Face' editorial for Fashion News, early 80s Yasuhiko Kida (illus), Katsuhiro Kinoshita (designer), calendar for Morisawa Printing Co., 80s Shin Matsunaga, ad for 'Inter Design' conference, early 80s Akiteru Nakajima, ad for The Japan Foundation, early 80s Katsuichi Ito, ad for Fuji Xerox, early 80s Seitaro Kuroda (illus), Masayuki Takahashi (designer), poster for Nikkatsu Corp, 80s
Indistinguishable From MagicI started Dresden Codak nine years ago. Here’s a comparison of the very first strip I uploaded with the last panel of the most recent page. In 2005 I was a floundering 21-year-old college student with no direction and growing debt. Since then, this comic has become my full time job (since 2008), and last year I raised over half a million dollars in the second most successful comics Kickstarter ever. Never underestimate the power of time, hard work, and stubbornness.manystuff.org – Graphic Design, Art, Publishing, Curating…Papel Continuo - Diseño, arte, música, cultura popular y freakismos retroactivos.