Ikko Tanaka, a Japanese graphic designer born in 1930 in Nara, Japan. He self-studied graphics when he was young and as he grew older, his talents and passion for graphic art grew. His style merges modernity with Japanese traditions. One of his works is the Nihon Buyeo poster, which is one of his most famous works. He creates traditional Japanese imagery by combining different shapes and colors which are characteristic of modern art.