Shinnoske Sugisaki born in Nara Japan 1953, graduated from the Design Department of Osaka University of Arts in 1975.
Sugisaki sees design as a process of constructing information to create impressions. His goal is clear and effective communication. Through his consistent design principle he has worked on a wide range of projects from cultural sectors to corporate branding, information design and space design. His works have been showcased in exhibitions and has given many lecture both domestically and internationally, actively presenting his experimental challenge.
During his career, Sugisaki has received a number of prestigious design awards: Distinctive Merit Award, Art Directors Club, NY; Typography Excellence, Type Directors Club, NY; Good Design Award; Red Dot Design Award; HKDA Asia Design Awards; International Triennials and Biennials: Toyama, Trnava, Brno, Warsaw and Lahti. His work is often selected for collections: Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg; Regional Council Heritage Museum Hong Kong. His collected works include: Solidgraphy, Impression Architecture, and New Generation Graphic Designer.
Representative of Shinnoske Design, Inc., Professor of Osaka University of Arts. Member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI), Japan Graphic Designers Association (JAGDA), DAS Designers Association (DAS), Tokyo Type Directors Club (TDC) and Japan Typography Association (JTA).