Japanese Vintage Posters on Social and Political Issues

Japanese Vintage Posters on Social and Political Issues


A fantastic selection of vintage Japanese posters presenting political, social and environmental messages. It is remarkable how we still design and spread exactly the same messages… after decades… One would wonder, if social design does provoke… Check out here 8 designers speaking about What is Social Design!
From another point of you though, thοse vinatge posters below are an amazing source of inspiration… Please Enjoy!

 

Sheltered Weaklings (Takashi Kono, 1953)

Sheltered Weaklings (Takashi Kono, 1953)

Remembering for the Future (Shigeo Fukuda, 1989)

Remembering for the Future (Shigeo Fukuda, 1989)

Posters by Shigeo Fukuda

Posters by Shigeo Fukuda2 Posters by Shigeo Fukuda
Victory (Shigeo Fukuda, 1989)
Victory (Shigeo Fukuda, 1989)2
Victory (Shigeo Fukuda, 1989)
Victory (Shigeo Fukuda, 1989)1

Human rights (Shigeo Fukuda, 1989)
Human rights (Shigeo Fukuda, 1989)< Environmental pollution (Shigeo Fukuda, 1973)
Environmental pollution (Shigeo Fukuda, 1973)4

Environmental pollution (Shigeo Fukuda, 1973)
Environmental pollution (Shigeo Fukuda, 1973)3
Environmental pollution (Shigeo Fukuda, 1973)
Environmental pollution (Shigeo Fukuda, 1973)2
Environmental pollution (Shigeo Fukuda, 1973)
Environmental pollution (Shigeo Fukuda, 1973)

Poster for exhibit in support of Vietnamese women and children (Makoto Wada, 1968)

Poster for exhibit in support of Vietnamese women and children (Makoto Wada, 1968)

Peace (Kazumasa Nagai, 1989)

Peace (Kazumasa Nagai, 1989)

Not what I had in mind (Tsunehisa Kimura, 1968)

Not what I had in mind (Tsunehisa Kimura, 1968)

No More War (Kazumasa Nagai, 1970)

No More War (Kazumasa Nagai, 1970)

Human Rights – Living Together (Kazumasa Nagai, 1989)

Human Rights - Living Together (Kazumasa Nagai, 1989)

Hiroshima Appeals (Yusaku Kamekura, 1983)

Hiroshima Appeals (Yusaku Kamekura, 1983)

Give Us Back Man (Tsunehisa Kimura, 1969)

Give Us Back Man (Tsunehisa Kimura, 1969)

Anti-war poster (Kenji Iwasaki, 1960s)

Anti-war poster (Kenji Iwasaki, 1960s)-

Anti-pollution poster (Kenji Ito, 1973)

Anti-pollution poster (Kenji Ito, 1973)

Against the introduction of nuclear weapons into Japan (Kinkichi Takahashi, 1960s)

Against the introduction of nuclear weapons into Japan (Kinkichi Takahashi, 1960s)
 
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