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The Andy Warhol of Japan you've probably Never Heard of

Yokoo Tadanori (also known as Tadanori Yokoo) is possibly the greatest major influence on contemporary poster design. But does the current generation of designers even know who he is? Here's a primer: In the mid-60s, Yokoo rose to prominence through works such as Koshi-maki Osen and La Marie Vison. These works doubtless influenced the psychedelic style in the U.S. at the time. His posters are even more important in Japan because, rather than following foreign styles, they define a Modern…

The Incredible Posters of Tadanori Yokoo

Tadanori Yokoo Japanese Culture the Fifty Postwar Years, Offset Great little selection of Japanese posters (hi-res) from the DNP Archives of Graphic Design. This one’s by Tadanori.

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Tadanori Yokoo's Psychedelia

The Incredible Posters of Tadanori Yokoo     art / psychedelic  / print / illustration / graphic design / japan

The Incredible Posters of Tadanori Yokoo

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The Psychedelic Posters and Graphic Design of Japan's Tadanori Yokoo

Tadanori Yokoo Tadanori Yokoo, born in Nishiwaki, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan, in is one of Japan's most successful and internationall.

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Tadanori Yokoo's Psychedelia

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TADANORI YOKOO is my favorite new discovery. I found his work while perusing a bookstore today in the Roppongi district His work is Am.

Japanese Album Cover: Ruriko Asaoka - Kokoro No Uramado. Tadanori Yokoo. 1969

Japanese Album Cover: Ruriko Asaoka - Kokoro No Uramado. Tadanori Yokoo. 1969

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The Psychedelic Posters and Graphic Design of Japan's Tadanori Yokoo

"Art that pleases people is sabotage because it confirms the society's faith in itself" - Tadanori Yokoo, 1965 Life magazine article.

There's a growing community of Japanese psychedelic artists, but Yokoo's work also made waves with the mainstream

Tadanori Yokoo: Tokyo, December 2005

Tadanori Yokoo: Tokyo, December 2005
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