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Is there a specific title for corporate graphics? (Like the one included)
I hate it so much but I have a hard time finding images of it on google and need to find some.
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alegria
https://www.xoanaherrera.com/
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>>399796
>Is there a specific title for corporate graphics?
The artstyle is called Bauhaus created by Walter Gropius.
What we see today on every corporate and government website is a deranged version of it that looks like it's meant to only appeal to autistic children.
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>>399803
its so they can copypaste their androgynous stick figure characters and click the paint bucket to fill in for diversity for PC points and easy money
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flat design
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I've seen it referred to as neoliberal vector illustration
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>>399803
We need to bring back the Memphis group. Sure that style is juvenile, but people didn't get too lazy with it and it had lots of soul.
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>>399803
just the kind of juvenile misinformed reductivism we need. thank you, patriot.
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>>399803
>meant to only appeal to autistic children.
You mean SJWs and s.o.y.b.o.y.s?
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>>400889
fucking Soros
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>>400889
Marxists, so yeah basically.
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