running words around
design education and visual communication
authored by chris m hughes


Saturday, 19 June 2010

Exhibitions by major graphic designers are a real rarity these days, but Ginza Graphic Gallery in Tokyo is currently exhibiting new and recent work by Neville Brody.


Brody is one of the greats of contemporary design, and his work, much of it done through his renowned agency Research Studios, is still experimental and seriously inspirational.

NB@GGG brings together Brody's commercial work for clients such as men’s fashion title Arena Homme+ with commissioned projects such as The Freedom Space, commissioned by the London Design Museum in 2009, and a wall dedicated to the upcoming Anti-Design Festival.

The Research Studios website contains more info on the event, and Neville Brody's flickr page has a bunch of great stills from the exhibition.

Ginza Graphic Gallery