The ""KAME"" from “KAMEkura” means turtle in Japanese.
And is symbolized for a good fortune from its long living.
Since Mr. Yusaku Kamekura is famous for his poster of Tokyo Olympic in 1964, which boldly layouts the red circle, the turtle is dedicated as an identity of the exhibition by simply using only circles.
This icon was placed an invitation letter, web, posters, gallery signs and leaflet.
It is simple and charming for stronger public recognition beyond the industry.
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