IDEA #394: Class for Graphic Design Circle of Education, Research and Practice

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USD $55.00 postpaid (international shipping included)
Designers:
Laboratories
Publisher:
Seibundo Shinkosha
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Idea + Publications

The latest issue of IDEA is devoted to different aspects of design education globally.

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Class for Graphic Design
Circle of Education, Research and Practice

Direction by IDEA
Design by : LABORATORIES(Kensaku Kato, Megumi Moriya)

Chapter 1:Case Studies in Design Education

Takeo Nakano
nakano-design.com

Syunichi Suge
syunichisuge.com

Daijiro Mizuno
www.daijirom.com

Daijiro Ohara
oharadaijiro.com

Round-table Talk : How We Open up Design Education to Society 
Moderator:IDEA
Speaker:Kensaku Kato, Yuma Harada, Mina Tabei
Text by Tomoya Matsumoto

Chapter 2 : Community and Education System

Germany / The Significance of Freedom on Design Education: HFBK & Inter Graphic View

Text by Saki Ho(Graphic Designer)

China / Innovation in Design Education Institutions
Interview with Song Xiewei and Zhang Xinrong
(School of Design, the Central Academy of Fine Arts)

Thailand / Toward an Era in which Everyone is a Leader in Education
Interview with Santi Lawrachawee(Visual Artist, Curator)

India / Design Education in Transition
Text by Arpna Gupta(Curator)and Debika Ray(Writer, Editor, Consultant)

Chapter 3 : Societally Open Design Education

Design Ah!
A Playground for Design Thinking
Beyond the Boundaries of Educational TV

Interview with Noriko Abe(NHK Educational Producer)
“Design Ah!” Official Web Site

G8 CLUB
A Design Workshop Transforming Experience into Awareness and Connecting Points

Interview with Yuma Harada(UMA design farm, Art Director, Designer)

Before the SPREAD
Learning from TM :The Possibilities for Design Magazines
Text by Naoyuki Umetsu(Book Store SPREAD, Graphic Designer)

Series│MIRROS
Vol. 2 Millennials Part 1

Text by Tetsuya Goto
Design by Sulki & Min, Hezin O, Sung Kim,
paper press, Sunny Studio
Translation by Tetsuya Goto
English proofread by Duncan Brotherton

From Books to Designing Environments:
The ori.studio Methodology
Interview with Maxim Cormier / ori.studio

The World of Ornamental Fonts Creating Culture
Making Typefaces for Raku Font Vol. 3
Interview with Tei ichi

Exhibition Report
“helmut schmidt typography: try, try, try”
Text by Kiyonori Muroga

Exhibition Report
“GRAPHIC TRIAL 2020: BATON”

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