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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Layout/BG Inspiration: 1960s Town House

A playboy's dream home. The interior quite reminds me of Matt Helm's house or "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." series, no? Anyways, beautiful colour work. Apropos 1960s layout work, don't miss Hans Bacher's latest post!
(Images via Retro Futurism)

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  1. Great works! Is it your graphic?

  2. BTW, I stumbled across those pieces over here, they're from 1962: http://retro-futurism.livejournal.com/492252.html

  3. wow, i dont know where to put all these inspirations i got from your blog/work. amazing, really.

  4. very inspiring designs! you're a mine of toony retro-futurism XD

  5. Kara :) !

    Derek, cheers my man!

    Stefano, thanks for the feedback!

    Frostman, same here, love them! Thanks for commenting!