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    Posted by Daniel in Inspiration on June 30th, 2010 with 1 Comment

    Japanese music has been a big part of my life for well over a decade along side Japanese animation which became a solid factor for me enjoying the music in the opening and ending themes.

    Today I will be showcasing the designs that help promote these very talented artists musical talents with also giving you the opportunity to have a taste of my favourite part in the Japanese culture. If you are already a fan of Japanese music, may I introduce you to my favourite artists to add to your collection.

    This is the first part of a three part series which will showcase designs from artists in Europe and the United States showing how the design style differs from culture to culture.

    OLIVIA

    Anna Tsuchiya

    Asian Kung-Fu Generation

    UVERworld

    Ayumi Hamasaki

    The GazettE

    YUI

    m-flo

    Tommy heavenly6

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    High and Mighty Color

    Mika Nakashima

    JAM Project

    Tohoshinki

    school food punishment

    mihimaru GT

    Lia

    Kotoko

    Hikaru Utada

    m.o.v.e

    capsule

    Please let me know what your favourite design is out of the 20 showcased in the comments below, personally my favourite is Mika Nakashima



    Short url: Japanese Music Design Showcase - http://bit.ly/JJkCX1

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    One Response to “Japanese Music Design Showcase”

    1. Aaron says:

      Hey,

      Nice to see how Japanese design has evolved, but I still think it had it bang-on right in the nineties!

      Take it easy

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