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Japan Industrial Designers Association


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(JIDA)

(established 1952)

This important organization was founded by twenty‐five leading Japanese industrial design pioneers and reflected the perceived need to campaign for a wider recognition of the significance of this new profession. The Association's logo, based on the letter ‘d’, was designed by Yusaku Kamekura in 1953 when he joined JIDA. Over the next half‐century the Association became an important mouthpiece for designers in Japan with a membership drawn from the professional and educational circles.

Subjects: Industrial and Commercial Art.


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