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Graphic design educational poster, c.1975
Reinhold Visuals
Portfolio 6 (Movement), Image 20
18 x 24"

From the reverse: "'Running Cola Is Africa,' 1967-68. Computer Graphic by Computer Technique Group, Japan, programmed in Fortran IV on IBM 7090 and drawn on Calcomp 563 plotter. Design idea by Masao Komura, data by Makoto Ohtake, programming by Koji Fujino. Courtesy of The Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, and Motif Editions, London."

A bold graphic poster used as a teaching aid in art and graphic design education. Screen printed in matte black on heavy cardstock, with descriptive text on reverse. This series of classroom posters was originally published in 1968, but I believe this to be from a later edition (most likely circa 1975). Ready for framing. Frame not included. Since this poster was used in the classroom, please expect some minor wear from age and use. Slight scuffing, with sticker reside on the reverse and thumbtack holes at the corners.

Please note: This poster has been stored flat, but will ship rolled in a poster tube. We recommend removing it from the tube to frame or store flat as soon as possible.

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Masao Komura "Running Cola is Africa" poster, c.1975. Graphic design education by Reinhold Visuals


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: cardstock, paper, ink, printing, screenprint, serigraph
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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