Beep Art

If you are into bold domestic expression, Beep Art might have something for you.

This was the image that brought me to their site (I am a sucker for mid century atomic design, though I’m NOT generally “bold” in a brightly colored wall sort of way):

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These are some of the more eye catching, unique wall details out there, for sure.

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They also make great retro inspired laptop/ipad/etc. skins.
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Beep Art

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3 Responses to “Beep Art”

  1. Great stuff. When I see mid 20th century atomic design I can’t help but think of the Jetsons and reflect upon how the 50s era was so awesome with creating futuristic space concepts. It’s particularly interesting how back then the future was idolized in everything, and now presently the far bygone past is idolized. Perhaps because as the future becomes more impersonal and colder, society in a subtle sense are embracing the uncomplicated natural decadence of the past, a birthing time the human spirit will always be rooted to. But I still want a flying car.

  2. Someone just explained to that young girl in the 3rd picture what those of us in the 80s and 90s had to do in order to send music to one another. We had cassette tapes. Like, actual pieces of plastic. And cassettes looked like THAT. And the tapes would occasionally get jammed up and we’d have to take a pencil and carefully wind it back. NO WONDER SHE’S LAUGHING!!!!! It’s the same reaction I had when the previous generation tried explaining 8-tracks to me.

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