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Vox: The origin of the ’80s aesthetic

June 27, 2017
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Vox: The origin of the ’80s aesthetic

The design phenomenon that defined the decade

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Read more about the Memphis Group:
https://designmuseum.org/memphis
http://74.93.158.225/~zanone/MemphisD…
https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/105…
http://www.tunicastudio.com/magazine/…

For more work from the designers:
Peter Shire http://petershirestudio.com/
Nathalie Du Pasquier http://www.nathaliedupasquier.com/hom…
Michele De Lucchi http://archive.amdl.it/en/index-searc…
Aldo Cibic https://www.cibicworkshop.com/article…

Memphis Design movement dominated the ’80s with their crazy patterns and vibrant colors. Many designers and architects from all around the world contributed to the movement in order to escape from the strict rules of modernism. Although their designs didn’t end up in people’s homes, they inspired many designers working in different mediums. After their first show in Milan in 1981, everything from fashion to music videos became influenced by their visual vocabulary.

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