|How do you distinguish passing fads from mainstays in new trends?
If the new trend is based on honest, intelligent and consistent way of thinking straight through all its elements- composition, colouring, typography, there is a chance it will stay with us longer.
And it has to be absolutely fresh, surprising and esthetically satisfying too.
I don't think there are many trends that tick all these boxes on the market.
As long as the designis strong and powerfull, I would go down with it.
Hmmm.... I can just reach over and grab a CA Design Annual from 1984 (as far back as they go in my collection). Wow, what's old is new again!
I thing trends come and go...but they definitely are like seasons that come again.so there is nothing like a passing fad in my dictionary.
I think mainstays tick more commercial boxes than passing fads.
I don't follow trends, or at least i don't think i do... i do what feels right for the time and for me
If everyone is doing the same things then it's a fad.The ones that are different and stand out are the main stays in my eyes.
I don't think there is such thing as a "passing fad" in the event design industry and I tend to follow trends only to a certain degree, because I like my work to be unique. You can take a current "fad" or "trend" and make it your own by adding your own personality and creativity to it.
Good taste is never out of fashion.
just wait & see
I would like to create a new trend
mm...I didn't do my job follow any trend except Client's require something or commercial in them job.
passing fads are like inspirations, a small dash of creative angles can get them as new trends.
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