Works of John Collier

IDEA Magazine

Japanese graphic design magazine IDEA issue 155

Works of John Collier by Yoshio Hayakawa
Four Young Illustrators from California by Don Weller
Sixty Years of the Soviet Poster by Jan Rajlich
Background of Frans van Mouriks Design of Educational Materials by Shigeru Watano
Graphic Design in Korea by Sihwa Chung
Posters of Michel Spera by Takenobu Igarashi
Graphics on a Grand Scale by Midori Imatake
Mike Quon by Takenobu Igarashi
Paul Peter Piech
“My Chairs” by Kazumasa Nagai
15 Triangular Posters
The Partners’ Graphic Identity Program by Otto L. Speath Jr.
“Patented” Art by Leopold Pospisil

John Collier
He started his career as an assistant art director for an advertising agency; during this time, he met some of the foremost illustrators in the field, and wasw inspired to change the direction of his career. He began working as a freelance illustrator, developing an impressive client list over the years, including the NFL, New York City Ballet, ‘The New Yorker,’ ‘Rolling Stone,’ Mobil Corporation, Ralph Lauren, ‘Newsweek,’ ‘Time,’ Atlantic Records, Franklin Library, and many others.

29cm x 22.5cm
Excellent Condition

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