The infographic below has been compiled by an expert group of graphic designers, who have gathered together the best 50s Graphic Designers at the Top of the Graphic Design Profession infographic, compiled by our own group of experts.

The infographic is the result of a two-year collaborative effort by the Graphic Designer Academy, the Graphic School and the Japan Graphic Design Association.

The members of the group include the award-winning graphic designer and illustrator Kimiko Shiraishi, who was awarded the 2011 Japanese Graphic Design Award and the 2011 International Graphic Design Awards, among others, and the internationally renowned illustrator Kyoji Tanaka, who won the 2015 World Graphic Design Design Award, the 2014 Japan Graphic Designer Award and has won the 2017 World Design Award.

In addition to these, the group also includes designers and illustrators from Japan, Korea, China, Australia, Spain, France, South Africa and the US.

They included artists from the United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Italy and Switzerland.

All this time the infographic was developed by members of Graphic Design Academy, Graphic School, Japan Graphic School Association and Japan Graphic Awards.

The goal of the infographic is to highlight the top 20 graphic designers at this time.

There are more than 30 graphic designers and over 1,000 illustrators on the list, and over 500 designers and more than 60 graphic designers from around the world, all working on their own careers.

The list also includes graphic designers working at large organizations, such as Adobe, Adobe Digital Editions, Walt Disney Company, Microsoft, Samsung, LG Electronics, Sony, Fujitsu, Sony Computer Entertainment, Sony Interactive Entertainment, and others.

The graphic design field has been growing in popularity for decades.

The first graphic design book, the influential Graphic Design Handbook was published in 1964 by the International Graphic Artists Association (IGAA) and the first book on the field was published by American graphic designers David M. Shiffman in 1989.

Today, the field is being represented in the fashion and advertising industries, and is becoming a popular field of study.

This infographic is also the result the collaboration of our own experts.

Each graphic designer is asked to provide an example of their work from their past, current and future careers.

We asked them to share their creative processes, how they got started, and what they learned along the way.

There is no right or wrong answer to this question.

There is no such thing as a ‘perfect’ graphic design.

Each person is unique, so choosing the right graphic design can be subjective.

The graphic designers selected in this infographic were chosen based on their achievements and expertise.

We hope you enjoy this infographic as much as we did!