Neil Fujita: The Man Behind the Look and Feel of Jazz



After a time in Heart Mountain concentration camp and service in the U.S. Army’s 442nd Regimental combat team, Sadamitsu Neil Fujita returned to the U.S. and gained prominence as a commercial artist and graphic designer. His bold works, filled with life and vigor animated milestone jazz albums and book covers. The look and feel he imbued in his artworks would forever influence pop culture. Explore Fujita’s works of art, including his indelible mark on Hollywood iconography.

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