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Reversed Future -- Pattern Trend
From the 1940s to the 1980s, technology developed rapidly. Lloyd Dunn, a famous publisher, coined Retro Futurism in 1983, which refers to the imitation of early futuristic design by contemporary art. Nostalgic and technical futuristic styles mix, contrasting elements to create parallel space-time like reality. With the support of modern tech, early futurism still has unrealized ideas, adding appeal to "the future that never happened", and enhancing the S/S 2021 retro futuristic aesthetics through virtual technology and brilliant colors. Digital space reverses the future, taking us back to a new world that "never happened."