Posted on May 15, 2012 by Andri Kyrychok
A great ad campaign in its day by unique skateboard developer, Alien Workshop. The contrasting values and minimalist style of the icons they used was pure gold. Here are some of their best from that era.
Filed under: Ads, Art | Tagged: 90's, abduction, Ads, advertising, aesthetic, alien, Alien Workshop, Art, arts, business, contrast, decals, design, fashion, illustration, logo, mind control, skate, skateboarding, stickers, style, symbolism | Leave a Comment »
Posted on April 28, 2012 by Andri Kyrychok
Truly some of the most revolting, but yet catchy artwork has been from the series “Garbage Pail Kids”. These scenes of disgusting kids became wildly popular in the 1980′s in the United States. The trading cards were stickers as well so you could share the horror with others in public places (mostly not at the request of the property owner). Here are sets 1 and 2 in all there putrid glory.
Filed under: Art, Funny, Oddities | Tagged: 80's, arts, cards, collectibles, disgusting, Funny, Garbage Pail Kids, gross, hillarious, icky, kids, retro, satire, stickers, trading cards, vintage | 2 Comments »