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I think it's a decent way to fill empty space, but I'll probably get really tired of it in one or two years because it's gonna be totally overused
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>>420195
Like brutalist design? Or specifically the repeated lines of text? I think both have peaked, design-wise, but will likely remain relevant for some time. I find it oppressive, but it hasn't yet reached the largest mainstream brands.
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i like it
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>>420195
need more of it
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>>420195
It's pretty nice
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Works better in motion.
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>>420231
stealing this gonna make this over
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>>420195
It's still evolving, but I agree with anon here >>420267 in that the future of this aesthetic is going to be largely influenced by animation.
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It's already way too overused. Every "cool" corporation is using it in their ads and it all looks the same... But it does fill empty space pretty easily and looks like "more" than just text I guess
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garbage bag
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>>420281
>getting your memes from trinidad and tobago
based
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>>420195
This was already big in the 70s
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>>420231
this one's cool because it's not just black and white or shitty pastel colors
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>>420231
10/10
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>>420195
very 2016
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>>420195
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It's overused but a nice break from minimalist shit, I guess.
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>>420791
this
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>>420195
it's already been co-opted
https://www.cia.gov/stories/story/behind-the-design/
>the millenials will love it
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>>420231
do graphic designers enjoy their job??
their stuff feels so boring and relies heavily on grids
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>>420789
This. Rule of thumb: design is like a cockroach. Once you see something out in the open or mainstream market, it will already be something that has been festering for several years underneath
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>>420195
Graphix Design was a mistake
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>>420790
Pic related must be where the design idea comes from
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>>420195
>I'll probably get really tired of it in one or two years because it's gonna be totally overused
It's been overused for at least 10 years now mate... Where the fuck have you been?
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>>421077
>Where the fuck have you been?
Lots of places really, and I only noticed this exact pattern being a common thing last year, so I'm wondering the exact same thing about you
Show me an example from 2011
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>>420790
You're so Welcome!
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>>420195
It's already overused. I remember identifying this as a trend back in 2018. I'd rather just leave the space blank instead - negative space. Pic related, album cover from 2016.
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>>421085
Not sure about 2011, but it's a pretty classic graphic design idea. The "thank you" plastic bag branding was the first thing I thought of, but there's been many iterations of the concept.. I like it though.
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>>420195
I don't undestand
Can't people read it once and understand?
Do they have to read 9 times?
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>>421220
>The "thank you" plastic bag branding was the first thing I thought of
They're from 2008, wow
Where I live, they just weren't a thing, and irl I still don't see brutalist graphics often
>but there's been many iterations of the concept
Certainly, I think the example you posted goes back to analog TV motion graphics, it's probably a Scanimate thing
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mundane corporate marketing is in almost tone deaf fashion incorporating visuals associated with late 90s club/rave scene
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It has been a thing for quite a while already. I'd say the life of pablo kind of started this trend, though years later it has become mainstream and is used for any basic kind of coorperation too.





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