Originally published in Tokyo in 1939, more than 370 advertising cuts combine a distinctly Japanese aesthetic with the Western Art Deco style popular at the time. People, landscapes, animals, flowers, and food are rendered in full color in a variety of techniques, including lithography and machine-pr... read more
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Originally published in Tokyo in 1939, more than 370 advertising cuts combine a distinctly Japanese aesthetic with the Western Art Deco style popular at the time. People, landscapes, animals, flowers, and food are rendered in full color in a variety of techniques, including lithography and machine-printed woodcuts. Reproduced from a rare portfolio.
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