Brands and Creative Enterprises of Alexander Gelman

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Studio Glmn

Tabletop Lacquerware Chess Set. Traditional Japanese Urushi Lacquer,
Silver Inlay. Aman Resorts' private collection. Tokyo, 2009

In collaboration with the Yamanaka Artisan Association and with the support of Ishikawa prefectural government and Kateigaho Magazine.

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Tokyo Airport Haneda: a complete rebranding, communication strategy, planning and policy
for retail and infrastructure development, expansion and modernisation project. Tokyo, 2012–2016

Shown above: Hitoshinaya, a kappo–style Washoku restaurant on the departure floor, terminal one.
In collaboration with Ryo Matsui Architects.

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Tabletop Lacquerware Chess Set. Traditional Japanese Urushi Lacquer,
Silver Inlay. Aman Resorts' private collection. Tokyo, 2009

In collaboration with the Yamanaka Artisan Association and with the support of Ishikawa prefectural government and Kateigaho Magazine.

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Tokyo Airport Haneda: a complete rebranding, communication strategy, planning and policy
for retail and infrastructure development, expansion and modernisation project. Tokyo, 2012–2016

Shown above: Hitoshinaya, a kappo–style Washoku restaurant on the departure floor, terminal one.
In collaboration with Ryo Matsui Architects.

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Idea Magazine 304: Special Gelman Issue. Tokyo, May/2004.

Shadows by Alexander Gelman. Exhibition at Imura Gallery. Kyoto, 2011
With the support of Art Printers Nippon and Globally Local Media.

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Postglobal by Alexander Gelman. A museum exhibition at Haneda Airport.
Supported by JAT and ANA. Tokyo, 2012

Alexander Gelman, GGG Books, master series number 77. DNP/Trans Art. To accompany
a retrospective exhibition of Alexander Gelman, entitled The New York Connection. Tokyo, 2006

An element of a media installation. Studio Glmn®. Tokyo, 2016

Tengumai, junmai daiginjo—Red and Black rebranding. Tokyo, 2010

Image commissioned. Scotland/UK referendum. London, 2014

Haneda Airport design collection by Alexander Gelman, Tokyo, 2013

Copyright © 1995—2016 Alexander Gelman. All right reserved.

Kigo—Princesse. Subtraction Records, Tokyo, 2010

Studio Glmn® stet-repeat pattern. Tokyo, 2014

Little Black by Alexander Gelman at Nanzuka Gallery. Tokyo, 2007

Collectable postcard sets. Tokyo, 2010—2016

Toki, premium cigars brand. Tokyo, 2015—2016

Graphic instruction Mars international ad campaign. New York, 2005

Art Printers Nippon identity. Tokyo, 2011

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