IDEA #389 – Feminist Moments

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Laboratories
Publisher:
Seibundo Shinkosha
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Idea + Publications

Issue #389 of IDEA examines “the f-word”… That’s right: Feminism, the notion that all genders are equal. The first third of this issue of IDEA looks at the work and struggles of contemporary Japanese and Korean feminist graphic designers, exhibitions about their work, and so much more. It also includes histories of important global feminist graphic designers and helps to chart a course of feminist herstory throughout graphic design, challenging traditional notions of gender and orientation.

The rest of the issue includes a feature on contemporary Swiss design, a feature on contemporary Asian political design, and a special supplement by Ian Lynam and Mr. Keedy about what design has come to look like after Postmodernism.

It’s a relatively political issue of IDEA, but guess what? Life is political.

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Korea─Japan Gender and women designers

The W Show: A List of Graphic Designers

The W Show: A List of Graphic Designers
Text by Na Kim, Chae Lee, Choi Sulki

Peony and Crab: Shim Woo Yoon Solo Show
Interview with Yang Jieun

Women Designers in Seoul
Text by Shin In-ah


Lee Ari

Yang Meanyoung


Ooh Yuni

Change everyday working life of feminist designers: Activities of Feminist Designer Social Club
Interview with Shin In-Ah

On Korean Feminism: From the feminism reboot to the present
Text by Mie Kinoshita

Freedom From Gender: The work of Naomi Hirabayashi
Design by Naomi Hirabayashi
Interview with Naomi Hirabayashi
Interviewer: Chiharu Watabe, Idea Text by Chiharu Watabe

Toward a society that does not require the initialism LGBT: The initiatives of Shibaura House and nl/minato
Interview with Mami Motoyuki, Jun Nakajima
Interviewer: Idea Text by Toshinobu Nagata

American Pioneers

Two Woman Designers: Sheila Levrant de Bretteville and Lorraine Wild
Text by Ian Lynam

[Event] 10 tips for continuing to be a designer:
Ginza Graphic Gallery The 371st Exhibition “Paula Scher: Serious Play”

Speaker: Paula Scher

Women in Modernism
Typography and Women

Text by Yuko Miyago

Marie Neurath: International picture language and Science
Text by Michiyo Honjo

Special supplement insert:
The Global Style: Modernist Typography After Postmodernism
Text by Mr. Keedy, Ian Lynam
Design by Yuta Murao
Translation by Shu Kuge, Emma Okubo

Introduction: Understanding the Global Style
Text by Ian Lynam

The Global Style: Modernist Typography After Postmodernism
Text by Mr. Keedy

Commentary: Multiple Modernisms
Text by Ian Lynam

FormSWISS #4
Total Planning / Production by Form
Creative Direction by &Form
Design by Arata Maruyama, Keitaro Takahashi, Yuichi Kato
Photography & Writing by Arata Maruyama
Translation by Mika Iwasaka, Kazuko Fujimoto-Hedges, Takaharu Saito, Naoko Sakazume
Typeface by Swiss Typefaces
Printing (pp. 131-132) by Taiyo Printing
Cooperation by Embassy of Switzerland in Japan, Zürich Tourism, Swiss Typefaces, Taiyo Printing


Ludovic Balland


Kasper-Florio


Julia Hasting


Hubertus Design


Zurich University of the Arts


C2F


Studio Feixen

YELLOW OBJECTS―A poster rally against social injustice and fighting for freedom

Text and Image by YELLOW OBJECTS

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