This is a catalog on post-World War II Japanese graphic design. The challenge was to design a catalog concentrating on a specific style of graphic design. We should use significant images of its graphic design history. At the same time, we had to show the development the style of our choice had through a certain period of time.
I wanted the design of the catalog to be clean and simple. This will help the photographs to be appreciated correctly. Also because many of the designs I encountered in my research were formed by simple shapes, such as squares, triangles, etc. In other words, Japanese design seemed to focus and reflect simplicity. And I wanted to reflect that in the overall design of the catalog.