Two is the beginning of the /beginning/. James Matthew Barrie
If you were born and raised in any period from the 70s to the 90s, odds are that you had some fantastic cartoons on your television. Odds are even greater that you had one you loved especially. One you never missed if you could help it. One that you would
Twice now we have sojourned into the benighted lands beyond. The perpetual twilight realm of “not much of an art budget” and the neighboring nightmare kingdom of “just draw or paint whatever you want, we have a deadline.” We came, we saw, we were disgusted and bewildered
Chinatown. The densely populated original hood of Manhattan. The home of the knockoff Gucci purse, mixtape slingers, fresh tags, Chinatown Fair, Char Siu Buns and infamous Doyers street. In the 90's only a few of us sub-cultured recluses would dare venture outside of our uncomfortable ghettos to take the train
Wowzers. We are not sure if MUSE will fully implement the Retrowave sound in this next album, but we jolly well hope that they do. Just seeing this image alone made us fall out of our seats. Kyle Lambert (Famous for his Stranger Things Posters) provided this insane vision for the
Whether you were a child in the 70s, 80s, or 90s, animation – that is to say, cartoons – probably played a role in your formative years. I myself remember discovering He-Man and the Masters of the Universe at a very young age, then falling forward into almost every other
In some of the older D&D books from the golden days of TSR (namely “1st edition” Advanced D&D), The few incredible images rendered by masters like Erol Otus are surrounded on all sides by what can best be described as “almost art.” It's either strange in tone, off-putting in its
The art created by 1970’s and 80’s artist Patrick Nagel has been a massive influence in the scene. His overwhelmingly popular art continues to resonate throughout the New Retro Wave area, as some modern artists and mediums of art allude to his classic vibrant style.