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Factory Pomo (sometimes stylized as Factory PoMo) is an aesthetic that was prevalent from the late 1980s to mid-1990s. Emerging from the 80s postmodern explosion launched by Memphis Design, this particular offshoot was heavily influenced by the CAD side of budding computer graphics and combined PoMo ideas with visuals taken from Constructivism, Bauhaus and Works Progress Administration-inspired imagery from the 30s and 40s. The resulting aesthetic it typically featured futuro-industrial elements like gears and metal ridging, contrasting colors, a certain emphasis on symmetry often combined with inverting colors, and strong use of simple shapes.

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