arcade design

art of the arcade

Late 70’s/early 80’s graphic design is super nostalgic to me, for pretty obvious reasons I guess. It seems maybe strange, but I feel like the 70’s were a big part of my childhood (even though I wasn’t born until the early 80’s). There were certainly many 70’s era products around my house growing up, 70’s-edition books on the bookshelves, 70’s TV on reruns. This gallery showcases design of late 70’s, early 80’s arcade machines and fonts, and some of them are quite nice. I’ve found myself enjoying graphic design more these days, probably a result of exposure to web galleries like this one.


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