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Ryohei Yanagihara was a prolific illustrator who created numerous book covers and other print work. He went on to become a major figure in Japanese independent animation in the early-1960's as well as becoming the main illustrator for Japan's shipping company, MITSUI O.S.K. LINES. Yanagihara also designed over 40 movie title sequences. Ryohei's work has a strong formal graphic sensibility that owes a lot to other mid-century masters such as Miroslav Sasek, Paul Rand and Saul Bass. In many ways, he's the like unsung godfather to many of today’s great designers and illustrators.
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