What comes to mind when you think about the 1920s? For me, it’s all about rebellion, change and glamour. The 1920s had some huge milestones that challenged the traditional way of thinking. Women were able to vote, sultry jazz was becoming mainstream and Mickey Mouse made his first appearance. It was an era that brought old-school class with new world sass.
You can’t be rebellious without being bold. In-your-face, large, thick fonts are coming to the forefront of marketing campaigns, hero images and call-to-actions. Below is a great example of implementing all three of these concepts. It’s definitely hard to miss.
These design trends may not be for everyone or every brand, but that’s the beauty of it. It’s supposed to be challenging and attention grabbing. It’s unapologetic. It’s confident. It’s, dare I say, roaring.
If these trends just don’t seem like something you like, that’s fine. I’m only a little hurt, but use this as a stepping stone to find ways on how you can mix things up with your brand or campaign. In fact, let us help you think outside the box with your next project! We love a good brainstorming session and after all, we’re called uncommn for a reason. Drop us a message below to schedule a creative consultation with us.