Art director and graphic designer born in Kawasaki, Kanagawa. Upon graduating from the College of Art of Nihon University, Mr. Nakamura initially worked at CBS Sony (now Sony Music Entertainment) before going freelance in 1997. His main works include: his “Measuring: This much, That much, How much?” exhibition at 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT; window displays for Ginza Maison Hermès; graphic works for the Matsuyama City Shiki Memorial Museum, the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, Kokoku Hihyo advertising critique magazine (1999), and the art unit “Maywa Denki”; the “I.Q.” PlayStation video game created with Masahiko Sato; and “Tetopetenson” for NHK’s “Minna no Uta” (Songs for Everyone). Mr. Nakamura has published a number of books (including collaborations with Masahiko Sato and Nobumichi Tosa) on advertising and other topics. His children’s picture book Dottoko Zoo won an “Honorable Mention” Bologna Ragazzi Award.