Happy March, Mirror80 Readers! We’re definitely a few days into a new month, and we have some fun features in store. But first we wanted to take a minute and reflect on some of our favorite February posts. Over the past few weeks, we’ve spent quality time crafting new DIY creations, reflecting on sources of inspiration for ’80s design projects, exploring some exciting new fashion and decor offerings with retro style, and connecting with others who are celebrating a love for the decade of decadence through their own unique endeavors. Check out the images and links that follow, and be sure to visit any February posts you may have missed!
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Where do you get your ’80s design inspiration? We recently showcased a variety of sources for 1980s art and design motifs, from retro clothing patterns to art from our favorite decade.
Got glitter? On Valentine’s Day, we brought you a trio of last-minute DIY projects to craft for your special someone. And not all of them are Valentine’s Day-specific!
There’s just something about candy-colored retro design. Especially when it hits the world of eyewear…
This past month we continued our new series called ’80s Music Video Land by shining the spotlight on Simple Minds’ “Promised You a Miracle”.
The painted geometric cabinets you see above were part of a laundry room makeover we shared this past Friday. Lots of radiant color and bold forms!
Vibrant star confetti is always a nice touch. Which is why we singled it out as another tasty feature from our post on candy-colored style.
Meet Durandy, who has amassed the largest Duran Duran archive in the world. He features his paper-based favorites in a new book titled Beautiful Colors: The Posters of Duran Duran.
We’ve completely fallen in love with the ceramic art of Alison Brent, who was featuring marble motifs in her work long before they became trendy.
Did you miss our 8-bit stud DIY project? Check out the full tutorial here, and feel free to mold this creation to the shape of your choice!
Stay tuned for more “Recent Retro” fun throughout the month of March!…
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