Sakuji Hyakkei – 100 Views of Japanese Lettering

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A brand-new 274-page compilation of the very best contemporary Japanese custom lettering and character design. Over 800 works by 40 designers that comprise an incredible range of the gestural, the poetic, mechanically constructed, and pop approaches to custom lettering.

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Wrapped in a scrumptious metallic, bronze and mint teal softcover jacket, “100 Views of Writing” (the title an allusion to collections of historic ukiyo-e prints) doesn’t fail to delight and amaze… also puts lettering artists from other countries to shame! A must!

Designed by Nipponia

Edited by Kiyonori Muroga

Published by Graphic-sha, 2019

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