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Back when design wasn't infected by the globohomo and tech was seen as a 'hope' for the future and actually looked futuristic, unlike the flat/minimal style we see today

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>>409365
>90/early 2000s Soul
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>>409371
What would you prefer
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>>409373
your mom getting railed
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Is this board really 80 IQ like the statistics claim?
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>>409380
so youre just being a contrarian faggot
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>>409365
>Back when design wasn't infected by the globohomo
Imagine being this retarded
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>>409477
OP Here, why would I have to imagine it? I live as a retard every single day.
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>>409748
amen brother
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>>409748
Why do you say that? Would you rather have globohomo?
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>>409365
There's already a y2k thread
use the catalog next time please
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>>410021
That's just for y2k. There's more to the aesthetics of the late 90s than just silver and mist blue.
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>>410038
r u sure
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQOr_IOm5Kk
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https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL006XF7XT2axey-GJI6-xqKyIWt95i08-
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>>410038
Y2K refers to the whole '95-2002 aesthetic, don't listen to what the trannies say, they don't know shit
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>>409405
Problem?
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>>409365
>tech was seen as a 'hope' for the future and actually looked futuristic
Don't know what fuck globohomo is but is sure solved the horrendous problem of everything looking futuristic. What's with people on this board romanticizing y2k shit anyways?
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>>409365
I still listen to this at work.
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>>410017
Love SEL, based
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Listening to this right now. Short but nice, and I thought the aesthetic is pretty early-2000s internet-esque.
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How 90's/Early 2000's is this fit? Any good?
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loving these, keep going guys.

also this style is getting a "comeback" of sorts. lots of hipster electronic music venues do posters in this sort of way, but usually it's done by "artsy" people not actual graphic designers so you can tell that they're not really experts in their fields and make naive tacky copies of this style. it's STILL nice though, better than nothing.
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>>410960
normcore pro ultimate opioids & meth dealer SE 2019
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>>410979
Thanks. I updated the hat because I remember heaps of people used to wear this back in day at least in my circles. Ultimate pro drug dealer core is definitely apart if the look but want to move away from norm/2019 tier and more 90s & 2000's. I think I need to add a walkman or something, the only other accessories I can think of is a raver dummy/pacifier for now.
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>>411023
(very) baggy jeans & tshirts / basketball shirts / frosted tips
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhMZqD6B804
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1Q8Dirdzxk
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>>411023
also i dont encourage drugs and seeing scruffy yung dudes under influence makes me sick
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Found this from the Nov 2002 edition of Nat Geo.
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>>411064
Jason Lee went from Skate Bro to Scientologist?
The fuck, man?
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oh wow this is a slow board, i made this thread drunk almost a month ago.. I'm surprised its still around
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>>410960
>>411023
0% 90s/early2k, kys
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>>411023
tryhard 90's / not 90's at all
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>>410038
>he unironically believes in these artificial categories made up by some discord trannies instead of knowing trends were morphing and overlapping all the time
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>>409365
>Back when design wasn't infected by the globohomo

Dude many music videos and commercials were basically softcore porn. Spice Girls in late 90s was basically whoredom marketed and made accessible to 10 year olds.
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RIP, Prince Nelson Rogers.
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Rocket Power's a good example of non-Y2K aesthetic late 90s style.
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>>411311
They’re extremely useful artificial categories considering there was almost no way to give this stuff specific attention before.
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Does anyone know what it was like to be in places like these?
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