New York Designer Chikako Oguma – Form and Violence Parade Through Myself
Chikako Oguma’s recent submission to the Poster Annual 2015, “Form and Violence Parade Through Myself,” is a sweeping depiction of a man engaged in interpretive dance. Additional New York Designers that have contributed to Graphis include Doug Lloyd, Toshiaki and Hisa Ide, Karlsson Wilker, Stefan Sagmeister, Louise Fili, Massimo Vignelli, Viktor Koen, Yoko Yoshida-Carrera, Pete Reiling, John Sposato and Virgilio Tzaj, among others.
Oguma is a past Graphis contributor. His “Room for Play,” “Time of Mushroom,” “Begin to Take notice Exhibition,” “Morinoko Nursery,” “Sea Typography” and “Print Pub 01 Paper Voice Osaka” are included in his Graphis portfolio.
For further inspiration from New York Designers, check out Graphis Issue 154, which features an article by former Art Directors Club of New York president, William P. Brockmeier, as well as commentary from New York Designer Jerome Snyder. Also, Poster Annual 2011 presents Q&A’s with museum curators from the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York City, who offer criteria for how and why posters are selected.
The poster competition features the most compelling and influential design of the year. Gold and Platinum awards, along with winning entries, will be published in the Poster Annual 2015. Submit your own work to the Poster Annual 2015 competition here.