Nosigner YG7

  • Current Location: Tokyo
  • Originally From: Yokohama

He carries out design work as the founder of NOSIGNER, in the sense of “vocation that makes invisible objects”. He works with social innovation, design projects for sustainability, education, isolated locality, disaster restoration and breaks stereotypes by creating a fresh design experience beyond the boundary of design within products, graphics, art, commnication, space and architecture.

Portfolio Imagery:

  • Project 1 of 5


    We’ve made the original fonts of the alphabet. In accordance with the rule of geometric font, we succeed in creating fonts with good balance when you make a sentence. By creating some alternative fonts within only one grid, you can combine them and make various expressions.

  • Project 2 of 5

    ADC Cube

    The cube makes the next cube. Creativity inherits through generation. 90th anniversary of NYADC Awards.

  • Project 3 of 5

    The Moon

    The so called Supermoon – the lunar occurance on March 19th, 2011 in which the moon appeared 14% bigger and 30% brighter – shined down on the people of Japan, inspiring them to believe in, and have hope for, rebuilding what they had lost just over a week ago. The Moon is a topographically-accurate LED light that was created based on data retrieved from the Japanese lunar orbiter spacecraft Kaguya.

  • Project 4 of 5

    OPEN HOUSE 2009

    A poster design for Open House. in the University of Tokyo, Komaba research campus. As for expressing the “open” house being “open” for everyone, a real big hole was “opened” on a poster. I designed a graphic pattern inside the hole to use both the hole and the non-hole poster depending on circumstances.

  • Project 5 of 5

    Techtile Poster

    TECHTILE EXHIBITION Visual Identity 2007
    Myriad of finger prints. This project is about the visual identity of the TECHTILE exhibition. As TECHTILE is the exhibition for the tactile technology and design, I created the VI which induces tactile sensation by printing a myriad of finger prints.

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