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Kazunari Hattori

Graphic designer and art director born in Tokyo in 1964. Graduated from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, with a degree in Design. After working at Light Publicity, he went freelance. His major work to date includes: “Kewpie Half” advertising; “Ryuko Tsushin,” “here and there” and “Mayonaka” magazines; logotype of Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum; graphics for the exhibition “You reach out – right now – for something: Questioning the Concept of Fashion”; and book design of For a Language to Come, a collection of photos by Takuma Nakahira. He has published a collection of his works titled Kazunari Hattori Graphics.