Takenobu Igarashi’s prolific career has spanned nearly five decades, encompassing design that ranges from graphic, product and environmental to more recent sculptures. Igarashi graduated from Tama Art University in 1968, and completed postgraduate studies at California University in 1969. In the early stages of his career, Igarashi was enamored with the elements of communication and the simplicity of letterforms. Throughout the 1970s, Igarashi created posters and trademarks for various American and Japanese clients and continued his pursuit of lucid forms and type. His posters for UCLA, TCP Corp Jazz Festival and Zen Environmental Design have become icons of Igarashi’s oeuvre for their precision and... more.

We have 15 objects that Takenobu Igarashi has been involved with.

Takenobu Igarashi is also known as Takenobu Igarashi (Japanese, b. 1944).

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