Dive into the intriguing realm of postmodernism and discover its impact on art, literature, and architecture. Explore top ideas that showcase the unique characteristics and philosophy of this influential movement.
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April Greiman, (1979), Cover of Wet Magazine, I think these piece of work by April Greiman is a piece of postmodern graphic design because of the combination of textures and colours, the experimentation and playfullness of it. David Shrigley,(2007), Untitled(Crap), David Shrigley is one of my favourite artists, I think his work is postmodern as he is undermining old…

Chan Sandy
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Michael Haddad is a designer and illustrator based in Canada who spends his time flitting between designing, art directing at Beau’s Brewing Co. — a family-run brewery based in Ottawa — and taking in various illustrative commissions. His drawing work has appeared in _The New York Times_, _Monocle_., _Wired_, _Fortune_, _The MIT Technology Review_, _The Standard_ plus many others, establishing himself as a sound and talented freelancer in the industry.

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Postmodern architecture arrived on the scene in the 1960s not with a whimper but with a bang. As a sharp, complex response to the Modernist style that supported the idea that simplicity was beautiful, Postmodernism instead ushered in a rush of bold, whimsical designs that were anything but minimalist. ⚫️ Read More ⚫️

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London Design Festival 2011: divisive designs from the 1970s and 1980s are brought together in a retrospective exhibition entitled Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970-1990, which opened at the Victoria & Albert museum at the weekend. The exhibition examines the radical ideas that defined the movement and its relationship with popular culture and mass consumption. All images copyright

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