Yellow Pages: Hong Kong
Yellow Pages was a serial about East Asian graphic design, conceived and edited by Goto Tetsuya and published as a separate section of Idea, an international graphic design magazine from Tokyo. Each issue tells a story about a city and its design in the voice of a local designer. The first story is devoted to Hong Kong and Javin Mo.
The name of the series, Yellow Pages, is a conscious play on an Asian stereotype, as well as indicative of the series’ intended use as a reference. The title is literally expressed by the pages’ background color. The densely packed pages and the rough texture created by the bold, monospaced typefaces reflect the contemporary Asian cityscape.
- 『Graphic Symphonia』. National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, 2015
- 『An Incomplete List Beijing』. Jingren’s Paperlogue, Beijing, 2016
- 『Graphic West 9: Sulki & Min』. Kyoto DDD Gallery, 2021