This building located in Japan was designed by architect Kenzo Tange, who is known to many as the "shoogun of 1960s brutalism." Brutalist architecture consists of geometric, heavy, block-like concrete forms with lots of repetition. Though the name of the building is lengthy, the abbreviation YPBC was designed to mimic the brutalist qualities that the building possesses.
The block-like concrete forms are composed of geometric forms and the building's name, architect, location, and date of completion. The casted shadow leading off the poster's edge hints at the enormity of the building. Three media companies, a newspaper printing plant, a radio station, and a television studio occupy the building and had the building built initially for them. The mountains seen beyond the building are illustrated in static waves, referring to the communication companies the building houses.