Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Tadanori Yokoo (横尾 忠則, Yokoo Tadanori, born 27 June 1936) is a Japanese graphic designer, illustrator, printmaker and painter. Yokoo’s signature style of psychedelia and pastiche engages a wide span of modern visual and cultural phenomena from Japan and around the world.
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Introduction
Yokoo embraced a pop art aesthetic in Japan during the 1960s, designing posters, books covers, and illustrations for corporations. Since the 1980s he has painted in an abstracted figurative style, and has collaborated with the fashion designer Issey Miyake.
Nationality
Japanese
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Actor, Ceramicist, Designer, Graphic Designer, Textile Designer, Illustrator, Painter, Photographer, Poster Artist
Name
Tadanori Yokoo
Ulan
500060125
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