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October 27, 2009 6:00 PM Subscribe
I need visual examples of vintage influences (1920s-1950s) in current popular culture to prove retro design is still hip with the cool kids.
posted by miss lynnster to Media & Arts (36 answers total) 10 users marked this as a favorite
Putting together images for a style presentation. I want to hire a retro illustrator for a project but last week someone expressed belief that young people aren't interested in waxing nostalgic for a time they didn't live in. I just need to show solid proof of how off base that is. I need visual examples of pop culture and design (magazine ads, interior decor, popular products like the Dangerous Book for Boys, anything really...) to prove that modern people are still embracing very vintage inspiration and that retro style is still relevant in popular culture and embraced by younger people.
I have a lot already. Just want to see what I might not have thought of. Thanks oodles. You da bomb. Yes, you.