If Modern Internet Companies Existed In 1970s – Early 1990s – Design You Trust

If Modern Internet Companies Existed In 1970s – Early 1990s

Retro style animated intros for today’s modern internet companies inspired by great work of sullivan & marks, Robert Abel & associates, Computer Image Corporation and various other Early CG/Scanimate companies by Future Punk.

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