The 387th ginza graphic gallery exhibition TDC 2022
April 01, 2022 - April 30, 2022
ginza graphic gallery (ggg)
DNP Ginza Building 1st floor
7-2, Ginza 7-chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Opening hours: 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
Closed on Sundays and holidays
Award Ceremony and Design Forum TDCDAY:
A decision on the format for the award ceremony and the design forum TDCDAY to be held in early April, coinciding with the opening of the exhibition, will be made in March, bearing in mind the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. As soon as details have been decided (on or after March 5), they will be announced on the Tokyo TDC website. Please see:
For inquiries about these events, please contact the Tokyo TDC secretariat:
- Videos of last year’s design forum and award ceremony are viewable at:
- Exhibition inquiries:
- Inquiries about award-winner interviews and provision of images other than those accompanying this release:
- Keita Onishi (Japan) “Masterpiece Album + Requiem/M. Cardoso Composition”:
Book Design Prize
- Davis Ngarupe & JP Haynie, Actual Source (USA), “20th Century Women Screenplay Book,” Book Number 005 in the A24 Screenplay Collection. Screenplay book for the film “20th Century Women,” written and directed by Mike Mills.
Type Design Prize
- Jean François Porchez (France) “Altesse”: Typeface emulating the letters engraved by French copperplate engravers of the 19th and 20th centuries.
- Issay Kitagawa + Semitransparent Design (Japan) “3&bC Website”: Website displaying products at maximum size depending on device size.
- Thierry Blancpain & Noël Leu (Switzerland) “Grilli Type”: Website introducing the GT Maru typeface, influenced by Japanese visual culture.
- Low Sek-vai (China) “The Curtain Rises & Falls:” Poster for exhibition by book designer Lu Jingren displaying independent publications.
- Yutaka Sato (Japan) “Useless Boxes”: Experimental works featuring graphics drawn with gel ink ballpoint pens on matchbox-sized blank boxes.
- Noriaki Hayashi (Japan) “Joshibi University of Art and Design:” Image poster aimed at high schools and art preparatory schools throughout Japan.
- Louis Mikolay & Erik Berger Vaage, Collins (USA), “San Francisco Symphony Rebrand”: Visual image design defining and expressing a new vision for the rebranding of the San Francisco Symphony, which has a history stretching back 108 years.
- Kazunari Hattori (Japan) “Nakajo”: A 640-page collection setting out the works of Masayoshi Nakajo in chronological order. Published by ADP with editorial input by Kaoru Kasai.
- Taku Satoh (Japan) “Milk”: An exhibition seeking to repurpose the artist’s own cut-up milk package designs as art.