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Rose-colored Dance: To M. Shibusawa's House (À La Maison De M. Civeçawa), Yokoo Tadanori (Japan, Hyōgo, born 1936), 1965, Prints, Screenprint, Called the "enfant terrible" of 1960s Japanese graphic design, Yokoo Tadanori rejected the international style abstraction of his peers in favor of an intensely personal collage aesthetic, brazenly layering eastern and western motifs.

Tadanori Yokoo. This is America. 1968 | MoMA

Tadanori Yokoo. This is America. 1968. Offset lithograph. 28 5/8 x 20 1/4" (72.7 x 51.4 cm). Gift of the designer. 368.1969. © 2023 Tadanori Yokoo. Architecture and Design

From the Collection: Tadanori Yokoo - Letterform Archive

Our growing collection of posters by the avant-garde Japanese designer are portals to universes never before imagined. Portraits of Yokoo included in his posters. Post-war Japan was a catalyzing backdrop that shaped a generation of artists and designers, including the renowned Tadanori Yokoo (横尾 忠則). Over the span of two decades, the Emperor’s divinity had been absolved, the nation was demilitarized, and US military troops had occupied cities. In 1960, at the age of 24, Yokoo traveled 300…

Tadanori Yokoo. B:1/B:2. 1964 | MoMA

Tadanori Yokoo. B:1/B:2. 1964. Lithograph. 28 7/8 x 20" (73.2 x 50.6 cm). Gift of the designer. 694.1966. © 2023 Tadanori Yokoo. Architecture and Design