Saying goodbye someone is always sad. In 2009, Japanese art lost one of its most important Tokyo sculptors and designers. Shigeo Fukuda is a key reference in the social transition that Japan had after the strong blows of the Second World Cup. In his arts the result of the fusion of East and West is condensed, an eye that coupled the best of the textures, techniques and forms of the two maxims in which the world is divided; his work is east meeting west. The latter is reflected in a series of tributes that now merge into a collection where colors and ideologies make an impact, colliding in cheerful posters and surprising sculptures. The International Poster Biennial in Mexico is proud to present a tribute to a great; Shigeo Fukuda.
Bienal Internacional del Cartel en México A.C