Taku Satoh (佐藤卓 ) is a Japanese graphic designer born in Tokyo. He graduated in 1979 from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music (currently Tokyo University of the Arts) in the Department of Design. He completed his masters degree in 1981. In 1984 founded Taku Satoh Design Office after working at Dentsu Inc. His work in graphic design includes “Pleats Please Issey Miyake” and the logos of the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa and the National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo.
Guram Dolenjashvili – Winter ScenesGuram Dolenjashvili (Georgian: გურამ დოლენჯაშვილი; born 9 March 1943 in Kutaisi) is a Georgian painter often working in a monochrome technique. (more…)
Michael Hansmeyer – Subdivided columnsMichael Hansmeyer is a post-modern architect who utilizes algorithmic architecture techniques, generative art mentalities, and CAD software to generate complex structures. (more…)
Peter Milton – Safe distancePeter Milton is a major force in the printmaking world. Using etching and engraving techniques, Milton often spends a year or more to create his large and complex images. (more…)