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  • AMRCNA 馃棥
    Aug 4






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    Dam. Not a single one of the new logos are better than their prior ones

  • interesting.

  • The old McDonald鈥檚 with the playhouses and GameCubes > that McCaf茅 bullshit

  • This is pretty interesting

  • Aug 4
    1 reply

    cool, soon everything will be all black

  • Lol niggas going to Microsoft word and typing 1 word to create a logo

  • lil ufo 馃浉
    Aug 4

    thread got me feeling like

  • Aug 4
    3 replies

    curious though, how much of this outside influence and how much is user preference? users still have the decision to paint their house yellow, buy a pink car, or wear a blue shirt. so why the shift?

  • Damn, 1984 lookin realer and realer

  • Aug 4
    1 reply

    Mainstream entertainment sucks too

  • AMRCNA 馃棥
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    Aug 4
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    Hpsplyr21

    curious though, how much of this outside influence and how much is user preference? users still have the decision to paint their house yellow, buy a pink car, or wear a blue shirt. so why the shift?

    It is far, far cheaper to produce items with colors that are white, beige, brown, etc.

    Our system of production is built around minimized cost as a baseline. Thus, the two go hand-in-hand. Cultural trends simply follow.

  • lil ufo 馃浉
    Aug 4
    Hpsplyr21

    curious though, how much of this outside influence and how much is user preference? users still have the decision to paint their house yellow, buy a pink car, or wear a blue shirt. so why the shift?

    because this shift is inspired by big corporations that work through people choice's via advertising, in my country we were all very colorful in the past (like 15-20 years ago), but now I see more and more people wearing all-black clothes and living in houses decorated with only white and black colors mostly

  • Aug 4
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    AMRCNA

    It is far, far cheaper to produce items with colors that are white, beige, brown, etc.

    Our system of production is built around minimized cost as a baseline. Thus, the two go hand-in-hand. Cultural trends simply follow.

    noted, so the people are being gently guided out of making colorful decisions. interesting. i like black clothes though because stains are harder to see

  • Aug 4
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    Yeah it鈥檚 honestly depressing as hell how safe everything has become aesthetically. I鈥檓 not even sure who this is for consumer wise considering almost everyone is nostalgic for older and more diverse color schemes and uniqueness

  • AMRCNA 馃棥
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    Aug 4
    Hpsplyr21

    noted, so the people are being gently guided out of making colorful decisions. interesting. i like black clothes though because stains are harder to see

    I agree myself, but if we surrender ourselves to pragmatism, what is the point

  • Aug 4
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  • gare 馃オ
    Aug 4

    that logo image is pretty deceiving considering its monochrome

  • Saw this Tiktok an hour ago lol

  • Aug 4
    2 replies
    AMRCNA

    It is far, far cheaper to produce items with colors that are white, beige, brown, etc.

    Our system of production is built around minimized cost as a baseline. Thus, the two go hand-in-hand. Cultural trends simply follow.

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't extra color options more harmful for the environment with the dyes needed to be used for a lot of these materials?

  • also interesting brown hasnt seen more volume in recent years. ye and trav and others really were poppin off with "earth tones" a couple years ago, but i guess it was small scale stuff.

  • I try to get things in color.

    My Fiestaware collection is gonna go crazy

  • Aug 4
    3 replies

    Reminds me of how Apple/ITunes/AM took a giant step back removing backgrounds that matched the colorway of the album

  • lil ufo 馃浉
    Aug 4
    2 replies

    let's not get started talking about architecture, that's an artistic genocide right there

  • AMRCNA 馃棥
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    Aug 4
    RamOFT

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't extra color options more harmful for the environment with the dyes needed to be used for a lot of these materials?

    That has more to do with how the dye is manufactured. There are natural and synthetic dyes for all pigments

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