The 80ies are back with a soft tone of dirty dancing music and an electro sound of synthesizers. Overglow, the design and typography studio behind these futuristic artworks is coming from Roma, Italy - where blinking metal text effects are still alive. Here is a little excerpt from their manifesto:
The human race, as you know it, no longer exists.
In the first decades of the XXI century, a minimalism trend
fascinated mankind, prompting it to seek simplicity
and essentiality in every aspect of life.
Human existence began a process of refinement,
eliminating everything that could be defined useless.
It was the dawn of a New Era, where “less” was “more”.
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Zaha Hadid’s granite ‘Tela’ shelf designed for Italian furniture company CITCO, and currently on display in Milan.
Images from Dezeen.