They want their color palatte back.
Actually, no they don’t. This is precisely why the 90s happened. Eight or so years of grunge and flannel was the only way we could heal the damage to our cultural retinas.
Unsure of what the actual image here is. It seems vaguely heraldic. Like the Knight of New Wave is riding forth into battle, dressed in plate mail and leg warmers, three foot tall hair gleaming coldly in the dawn light. His family crest wasn’t old or respected, but it was a custom piece by Patrick Nagel and that had to count forÂ something on the field of battle.
Little-known fact: Batman’s “Two-Face” was originally a lady villain. And she was, frankly, awesome. You think Harvey Dent’s weird half-lizard face was frightening? Check out this eye shadow.
I’m pretty sure I’ve met people who were actually that angular, but I don’t recall them wearing plumb-bobs Â for earrings. That’s got to cause some long term lobe distortion. Very, very brief fad, I hope.
Goodwill on 2222 and Lamar, Austin
2 Responses to “The 80s called…”
I can’t believe my parents donated my super rad 7th grade art projects!
The first one is the badge of the great rival to Hogwarts, Hippywarts ,that closed down after one to many mushroom incidents.