Book Launch: Asian Graphics Now!

by NoD Staff | October 4, 2010

Asia is home to roughly 60% of the world’s population—around 4 billion people in over 50 countries—yet the continent covers less than 9% of the world’s surface. With China and India leading in growth, and Japan being the most technological place on the planet, Asian graphic design has a lot to contribute to global creativity. The aesthetics that have developed in the region, blending tradition and a forward-looking approach to contemporary culture, cannot be seen anywhere else.

Brought to you by Taschen Editor, Julius Wiedemann and co-authors, Bruno Porto and Sadao Maekawa, and featuring some of the best and most recent advertising campaigns, posters, brand-design projects, corporate identity, package design and editorial design from Asia, Asian Graphics Now! is an inspirational book for any creative student or professional.

For more information and to purchase a copy of the book, visit or preview here.

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