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After designing the print Revolution, I decided to do a small series of prints that payed tribute to some of the technological innovations of the past that have helped shape society (and myself) but have now become outdated and fallen into disrepair. The centerpiece of the Nostalgia print is an IBM Personal Computer AF, a machine similar to the first computer that I came in contact with. The Queen Anne’s Lace makes a return in this print (and all prints in this series) as a cohesive element and a symbol of antiquity. I used a retro fabric print pattern overlaying the design to add texture and a feeling of ambience accented by the distressing and aging techniques applied to the entire piece. Check out my design blog to view photographs of a printed version of this and other prints. Let me know if you find an image that is not offered in this store that you are interested in purchasing.


  • 87joonbug
    87joonbugalmost 7 years ago

    dig the colors and the aged look!

  • thanks joonbug

    – DesignbySolo

  • alykat
    alykatalmost 7 years ago

    love these colours and the fine lines, awesome work!

  • Thank you Alyson

    – DesignbySolo

  • L B
    L Balmost 7 years ago

    These are great – They remind me of Scott Hansens (ISO50) work.. Very nice indeed.

  • emmz
    emmzalmost 7 years ago

    love the feeling you have created, awesome work!

  • blacksesameseed
    blacksesameseedalmost 7 years ago

    the colours and lines plus the delicate flower-type things in the front make an excellent combination.

  • bicozikan
    bicozikanalmost 7 years ago

    Oh my god I love it!
    has a strange compulsion to pet the computet screen now

  • PixelProtest
    PixelProtestalmost 7 years ago

    love this design approach. stands out. love the colours

  • bicozikan
    bicozikanalmost 7 years ago

    I meant computer not computet >_o

  • JanG
    JanGalmost 7 years ago

    Absolutely terrific series both in concept and design! I love how you used the obsolete technology and the Queen Anne’s Lace together, and your colors are phenomenal.

  • ellejayerose
    ellejayeroseover 6 years ago

    would love to see this on a shirt!

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