Few artists of any medium have captured successfully in their work the visual inundation common to those living in large cosmopolitan cities such as Tokyo, New York, London or Hong Kong. We are bombarded on a daily basis with all types of visual information and images from print media, smart phones and even some forms of public transformation. This exhibition catalogue from the National Museum of Osaka (2010) shows Tadanori Yokoos considerable and remarkable print and poster production. Includes essays by Christopher Mount, a former curator at MoMA and editor of I.D. Magazine and Akira Tatehata, director of The National Museum of Osaka.