Kenny Brandenberger’s fluid typographic design is made with machine-like precision
Inspired by typographic Swiss posters from the 60s and 70s, the Lausanne-based designer wanted to add another dimension to modernise that tradition: motion. Kenny’s work turns simple ideas into complex, eye-catching animations that anyone can admire.
The Moritaka Tour 1991.8.22 At Shibuya Kokaido [Blu-ray+3UHQCD+2LP Limited Box]
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Troop (stands for "Total Respect Of Other People") was an R&B group from Pasadena, California that started their career in the late-'80s. The group consisted of childhood friends Steve Russell, Allen McNeil, Rodney Benford, Reggie Warren, and John Herreld. After winning a talent show on television, Troop signed to Atlantic Records. In 1988, the group released their self-titled debut album which peaked at #133 on the Billboard 200 chart and #19 on Billboard's R&B Albums chart. The group's…
Junko Ohashi & The Magical $500 Record — Van Paugam
Junko Ohashi’s Magical $500 Record Before I begin I will admit that I don’t have this record and want it desperately! Haha They say things only cost what people are willing to pay and nothing embodies the spirit of that saying more than a very elusive and revered album by a 1980s Japanese singer
The sun-drenched Americana of Japanese artist Hiroshi Nagai
Hiroshi Nagai's record sleeves helped define the visual langue of 1980s City Pop, drawing on a laid-back, West Coast sensibility.