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- always on fire, Hydro.dopepope
- I dig this new take on your style. Colors are great!dyspl
- Hydro, your work was some of my favorite from this period. It was a renaissance.CyBrainX
- Always great worksublocked
- fuck you! these are awesome!pango
- These are really really nice!!dee-dubs
- Raising the bar for sureMiguex
- Great work!!fisheye
- love the last one.notype
- I have one of your prints at home in my study. Reminds me not to be lazy in illustrator! Nice work man.slappy
Ah the golden age of the web, so full of potential and promise.
- Loved this.CyBrainX
- yup. when NT came out I thought "wat the fuck is this shit?"inteliboy
- Miss that site. Threeoh was great toohydro74
- i have screenshots from many sites from that time. very funny, 18 years later...SimonFFM
- i remember as well a few days after switchover to NT™ from this... I was all what is this? where's my H73?!prophetone
- ahhhhh... to be young and surfing the web on my powerbook g3 againprophetone
- Awww... Being young and trying to be a designer on a PentiumOBBTKN
- i got my site listed on threeoh back in the day :)microkorg
Five years until millennials go crazy for this. Get your t-shirt designs ready now.
Oh that Vir2l artwork... it blew me away back then.
Design is Kinky used to be a good source for this stuff. If that helps ...
Some of my shite from around 2004-2006, maybe a bit later. The first one was done for some friends as a large piece to hang on their wall, about 5m x 2.5m. Split it into three large canvases, we used a company who produce industrial printing, printed on plastic-coated canvas. Colours still look great today. The rest is miscellaneous fuckery that I still have the files for.
Is it just me or does it all still look dope as fuck?
Maybe I’m being nostalgic but it’s aged quite well and still looks fresh.
Wonder what the milenials think of it as monk said.
^ It does still look great. It was a moment when technology offered new horizons and designers took full advantage of it. From there, it went downhill as business took over, then the war on Flash killed website innovation, Wordpress, etc., and now we have a sea of the same.