Kazumasa Nagai

Kazumasa Nagai is a Japanese graphic designer born in Osaka in 1929, and is best known for his depictions of abstract patterns and animals. Nagai dropped out of Tokyo University of the Arts in 1951 and started to work at Daiwado Holdings Company as a graphic designer. In 1960, he established The Nippon Design Center with Yusaku Kamekura and other Japanese designers. Some of his works are collected by The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo and The Museum of Modern Art, New York.


Kazumasa Nagai is featured in Sanbusaku 2 三部作 and Edition: Guest Editor, Stephan Breuer

from JCA Annual 4 (1982)
Lilycolor (1974)
Graphic 4, (1974)
The Mind - LIFE Science Library, (1965)
Cat and Mouse, (1969)
No More War, (1970)
Asahi Steinie, (1965)
Identity, (1976)
Exhibition Poster, (1968)
Exhibition Poster, (1968)
Toshiba IC, (1967)