Original offset lithograph, dating back to around 1970
Design: Kazumasa Nagai (°1929)
Condition B+: slight signs of creasing on the edge left. The image itself is integrally intact.
Shipping: rolled up in a sturdy tube and shipped via track & trace or Bpost by registered mail (international).
Kazumasa Nagai (in Japanese: 永井 一正, Nagai Kazumasa; Ōsaka, 20 April 1929) is a Japanese printmaker and graphic designer.
During the 1960s, he designed some beautiful posters for Nikkor -the brand of lenses produced by Nikon Corporation - based on rigorous geometry and optical perception. In 1965 he designed the logotype of Asahi Breweries, the largest beer producer in Japan.
His work is part of the permanent collection of major museums including the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York City.
- Kazumasa Nagai
- International logotype's by Kazumasa Nagai
- 1970er Jahre
- Angewandte Kunst, Bier und Bierbrauerei, Design, Grafisch, Kunst, Werbung, Wirtschaftslehre
- A- (gut - winzige Unvollkommenheiten)
- 102×73 cm