On the Creative Market Blog - Trend Alert: 1980s Memphis Design

Trend Alert: 1980s Memphis Design

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Why a Once-Hated 1980s Design Movement Is Making a Comeback

Why a Once-Hated 1980s Design Movement Is Making a Comeback

Michelle De Lucchis 'Flamingo' bedside table, Popular features of this period include the bold and geometric patterning, which is featured here, as well as the 'pop art' colouring of the table. Similar to that of the Memphis Design Style

Memphis Group Clock 1986: George Sowden, designer & architect,  moved to Milano in 1970 where he started working with Ettore Sottsass and Olivetti. In 1981, He was one of the co-founders of the Memphis Group, the design movement that had a significant impact on design aesthetics in the eighties.

Memphis Group Clock 1986: George Sowden, designer & architect, moved to Milano in 1970 where he started working with Ettore Sottsass and Olivetti. In 1981, He was one of the co-founders of the Memphis Group, the design movement that had a significant impact on design aesthetics in the eighties.

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Why a Once-Hated 1980s Design Movement Is Making a Comeback

Why a Once-Hated 1980s Design Movement Is Making a Comeback

Although you know it when you see it, it's hard to accurately describe Memphis design without resorting to specific pop cultural references. It's...

This design displays the similiarities between The New York School Design Movement and The Civil Rights Movement. It's a simple black, red and off white color scheme. The fist is in the center of the design but the arm off center slightly, which gives a nice effect. The images on either side of the poster give you an idea of what is going in the smaller print on the poster.

This design displays the similiarities between The New York School Design Movement and The Civil Rights Movement. It's a simple black, red and off white color scheme. The fist is in the center of the design but the arm off center slightly, which gives a nice effect. The images on either side of the poster give you an idea of what is going in the smaller print on the poster.

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