Public Relations Activities:tomizawa Music School 50th Concert by Naoyuki Fukumoto

Naoyuki Fukumoto Discloses The Tomizawa Music School 50th Concert Public Relations Activities

Naoyuki Fukumoto, the thinktank behind the award winning design Public Relations Activities by Naoyuki Fukumoto points out, The amorphous shape in the center, colored with luxurious gradations, seems to be in the form of a piano, it also seems to be the flow of the melody of music. At that time, music is an art that is highly synchronous and volatile, which can only be expressed on the spot. And also, the designer wanted to express "Wa(Japanese Style)" or "Ma(space between something)" is as Modernism in Japanese tradition..

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