Is your design retro… or just dated?

Leave a design to age long enough and you may find it does not dissolve into obscurity, but rises from the ashes of its own datedness, crowned with a brand new descriptive: retro. Retro design is aesthetically dated – so uncool it’s cool again, so to speak.

The concept is growing in popularity. Vinyl sales hit a 25-year high this year, cassette tape sales grew by 74 per cent, and remakes of classic 80s and 90s films now roll into our cinemas on a regular basis.

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Laura Fulton works with, a leading UK trade printer. From business cards and leaflets, to calendars and roller banners, works closely with designers and creative agencies to provide high quality printed products.