Three different designers have all created various posters and ads that take the most popular sites in cyberspace and give them a vintage look. From Google Plus to Facebook, the stylized retro treatment emulates everything from Propaganda posters to vintage textbooks. Take a look.
1. Aaron Wood
Graphic designer Aaron Wood from Massachusetts has this great and growing selection of Propaganda Posters selling Social Media tools and sites.
The above posters (and more) are available for purchase from Aaron's etsy store, Justonescarf Design.
2. Moma Agency/6B Studio
Brazilian ad agency Moma Propoganda created the following spread ads to promote Maximedia Seminars. They ran as spread ads like the one shown above, but for the sake of better seeing the artwork, here's a look at the left hand side pages only.
Advertising Agency: Moma, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Creative Director: Rodolfo Sampaio
Art Director: Marco Martins
Copywriter: Adriano Matos
Illustrator: 6B Studio
Published: July 2010
3. Stéphane Massa-Bidal
Lastly, Stéphane Massa-Bidal aka Hulk4598 or Rétrofuturs is a french illustrator and graphic designer who recreated vintage textbooks using popular sites and social media tools as the subjects.
Images courtesy of each individual artist and the clio awards
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