Ikko Tanaka: Colour and Silence is the first book devoted to the remarkable Japanese designer Ikko Tanaka (1930-2002). With research, analysis and commens of the author, the book details Tanaka life and artwork, from its beginnings in Osaka to his final days in Tokyo. Ten years after his death, this monograph includes pictures and comments from leading international designers, in a compendium that vindicates Japanese designer Ikko Tanaka as one of the greatest designers of modern history. Ikko Tanaka embodies their responses as a creator, developing a graphic work of color and reverential silence.
SIZE 200 X 130 MM
INTERIOR PAGES 68, A 4 COLOR ILLUSTRATION ON PAPER MATE 170 GRS
COVER WITH FLAPS OF 70 MM.
Lucas Lopez was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in January, 1969. Graduated from the University of Palermo with the title of graphic designer. With experience as a graphic designer, gave lectures and conferences around the area of the region. As an author of articles on design and visual culture, Lucas López wrote in tipoGráfica magazine.
Currently he writes for the international magazine étapes (Spain) and DNI, from Clarín. His writings have been translated into Portuguese, English and French.