A collection of works by Eita Shinohara, who has been active since the dawn of television and has worked on the title design of numerous t-TV programs with drawn characters and lettering.
A number of program title designs that represent Japan, such as “Wataru Seken wa Ogre,” “Kinpachi sensei, 3rd grade,” and “Shining! Japan Record Awards,” are posted.
Contribution: Osamu Toriumi
- Release Date:
- February, 2020
the japan Typography Association
The Japan Typography Society was born in 1971 with the name changed in 1971 in hopes of the development of typography in a broad sense, with the Japan Lettering Designers Association formed in 1964 as the mother body.
In addition to graphic designers, it consists of more than 200 individual members and corporate members in Japan and overseas, including typeface designers, researchers and educators. We pursue better communication through creation and research of visual languages such as letters, symbol marks, pictograms, and design using them.
A committee formed by volunteers mainly publishes the Japanese Typography Yearbook, publishes the magazine “Typographics Tea” (4 times a year), exchanges abroad, holds seminars and exhibitions, researches on typography, typography We are engaged in a wide range of activities such as the movement to establish a museum.