Space Teriyaki – A Collection of Japanese Illustration from 50 Watts

September 18th, 2013 | Robot, Space

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Noriyoshi Orai, late 70s

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“Blood maintaining life by conveying various substances,” illustration by Kazuho Itoh for “Newton,” 80s

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“Falling motion,” illustration by Kazuho Itoh for “Newton,” mid-80s

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Shusei Nagaoka, from Androla in Labyrinth, 1984

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Masao Minami, early 70s

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Shusei Nagaoka, from Androla in Labyrinth, 1984

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Natsuo Noma, late 80s

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Takashi Yamazaki cyber cycle 1985

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Atsushi Yoshioka

50 Watts is one of the best vintage design & illustration blogs on the web. Space Teriyaki, a collection of books and catalogs on Japanese illustration and design from the 70’s and 80’s, embodies the brand of intriguing and rare content that Will Schofield has gathered.

I’ve always enjoyed Japanese illustration and have featured the likes of Kazumasa Nagai and Yusaku Kamekura before. The pieces from this era tend to share a boldness in both color and form.

If you’ve enjoyed these, you can find more at 50 Watts.

-RSB

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