Shin Kubota / Newspaper advertisement "Life, mountain fold valley fold newspaper" (cl: Shizuoka Shimbun SBS)
An exhibition by three winners of the "JAGDA New Face Award" presented to promising young graphic designers
Creation Gallery G8 (Ginza, Tokyo) will hold "JAGDA New Face Award Exhibition 2021 Toru Kase, Ryuichi Kawajiri, Shin Kubota". This exhibition is presented to promising graphic designers who are expected to be active in the future from among the exhibitors of the yearbook "Graphic Design in Japan" published by the Japan Graphic Designers Association (abbreviated as JAGDA). This is an exhibition by the winners.
The Japan Graphic Designers Association (abbreviated as JAGDA), which was established in 1978, is currently the largest design organization in Asia with about 3,000 members, and publishes the yearbook "Graphic Design in Ja pan" and exhibits and seminars. We are engaged in various activities to improve the communication environment through design, such as holding events, design education, initiatives for public design and regional development, and international exchange.
In addition, every year, the "JAGDA New Face Award" is awarded to promising graphic designers (39 years old or younger) who are expected to be active in the future from among the exhibitors of "Graphic Design in Japan". Since 1983, this award has produced 116 designers who are now active on the front lines as a gateway to designers, and has attracted the attention of design and advertising professionals.
This time, which is the 39th time, three people, Toru Kase, Ryuichi Kawajiri, and Shin Kubota, were selected as a result of strict selection from the 139 newcomer award recipients. In this exhibition, three award-winning works and recent works will be exhibited, focusing on posters and products.
Born in 1987. Born in Saitama prefecture. Graduated from Rikkyo University Faculty of Business Administration, Department of International Business Administration in 2010, and graduated from Kuwasawa Design School, Department of Design in 2011. Freelance since '15. Active mainly in graphic design, editorial design, and graphic work production, provision, and exhibition.
Born in Rumoi, Hokkaido in 1982, lives in Sapporo. Graduated from the Graphic Design Department of Hokkaido Art Design College in 2006. Joined Des In in 2010. Received the '11 Sapporo ADC New Face Award and the '19 Sapporo ADC Grand Prix.
New Kubota Arata
Born in Yamanashi Prefecture in 1981. Graduated from Tama Art University Graphic Design Department in 2006. Joined Dentsu in the same year. Received NY ADC Gold Award, D & AD Yellow Pencil, CANNES LIONS Gold Award.
■ Exhibition overview
JAGDA New Face Award Exhibition 2021 Toru Kase, Ryuichi Kawajiri, Shin Kubota
May 11th (Tuesday) -June 16th (Wednesday), 2021
11:00 a.m.-7: 00 p.m.
Closed on Sundays Free admission
Venue: Creation Gallery G8
Recruit GINZA 8 Building 1F, 8-4-17 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8001
TEL 03-6835-2260 http://rcc.recruit.co.jp/
Organizer: Creation Gallery G8
Co-sponsored by: Japan Graphic Designers Association
■ Event * Free participation, reservation required (reception starts from April 1st), online distribution
① Talk event appearance: Atsuki Kikuchi (graphic designer), Toru Kase, Ryuichi Kawajiri, Shin Kubota Detailed URL: https://jagda20210522salon.peatix.com/
Date and time: Saturday, May 22, 2021 7:10 p.m.-8: 40p.m.
② Gallery Tour Cast: Toru Kase, Ryuichi Kawajiri, Shin Kubota Detailed URL: https://jagda20210605tour.peatix.com
Date and time: Saturday, June 5, 2021 7:10 p.m.-8: 40p.m.
■ Traveling exhibition Scheduled to travel around the country
■ Published books
It will be published at the beginning of JAGDA's yearbook "Graphic Design in Japan 2021" published in June. This book was first published in 1981 as a book that introduces the results of Japan's wide variety of high-quality graphic design both domestically and internationally. Every year, we recruit and select the works of JAGDA members and post the excellent work of the past year. (Release: Rikuyosha / Price 16,500 yen)
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