Yugo Nakamura

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Is one of the most interesting talents of today’s digital design field. his work is based on a constant research in the interface enviroment. in july 2000 he presented his work to huge acclaim at flashforward2000 in nyc. nakamura studied engineering, architecture and landscape design. after graduating he worked as an engineer specialising in bridge design. he now works in interface design with ‘business architects inc.’ in tokyo and during his personal time he’s involved with ‘MONO*crafts’. he has also been active with projects like ‘gasbook’ and ‘the remedi project’.

yugo nakamura is one of the authors of a fantastic tutorial book: ‘new masters of flash‘, edited by friends of ED. designboom tested it, check it out.

http://www.designboom.com/portrait/flash.html

I managed to buy the book on ebay at a reasonable price and quite easily accessible.

Japanese interactive artist Yugo Nakamura, create a new work – amaztype.

http://matchesmedia.com/blog/?cat=1

http://yugop.com/ This link takes you to the site of Yugo Nakamura, there are lots of circles that roll and move about, I thought it was a very creative and well thought idea and could have spent plenty of time moving them about or just watching them! very facinating.

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About bonny83

I am currently studying at Glyndwr University, North Wales School of Art and Design. Design Communication is the main subject body while also looking at a large variety of the many forms of Art. My main interest is illustration and I am considering illustration for children's books for the future. Art and Design has always been a huge part of my life and i am enjoying taking things further for a possible career.

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