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Research: Fuji, Fuji Film & Tomato Bank
Logo Histories' Research Archive Issue 26.
In Issue 26 of Logo Histories’ Research Archive we have two ‘Fuji’ brands, one a retailer and the other a film and video manufacturer. The third is a convivial identity for ‘Tomato Bank’ designed by S. Ikkatsuoka, H. Tsukada, S. Akira and H. Yamada from 1989. You can see more of this on Brand Archive, our new Brand-focused and Pinterest-like platform for designers.
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1982, Japan, Retail
S. Ikkatsuoka, H. Tsukada, S. Akira & H. Yamada
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Logo Histories: TEPCO
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