Web 2.0 Getting Grungier

Web 2.0 Getting Grungier
technology
Joel Horowitz
  • 17 november 2008

Slick interfaces decoupaged with second-hand aesthetics make-up Six Revisions latest compilation of thirty web-sites throwing back to grunge. Scanned textures, hand-drawn illustrations and carefully-tooled details are giving these precisely engineered sites the pre-worn feel not typically embraced by web 2.0 sites. While grunge has steadily gained steam over the course of the past couple of years, it’s interesting to see how the aesthetic compares to what it once was just a few months ago.

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