ABOUT


STILL YESTERDAY

is a publishing platform focusing on the politics of contemporary cultural and economic production. Stemming from the design and art languages of the now, it projects a desire for radically different futures.

Writing by 

Bence Iványi and collaborators.


Instagram:

@still    yesterday

 




CONTRIBUTIONS


The platform is actively looking for contributions to the editorial section within the thematics of cultural and economic production. Contributions of all media, from all backgrounds are encouraged.

Please

email

these to

info@stillyesterday.com

.




DESIGN


The textual and visual elements of

STILL YESTERDAY

were given equal attention when designing the platform.

Its name references neoliberalism’s saturation with itself, its intentional stagnation and fascination with the retro, particularly the advent of its ideology, the 1980s. In this cultural and economic paradigm, it’s always the past, always yesterday. The clock present on every page forefronts this time-based reference and experience.

The

DEBASE

section is named after the systematic approach taken by the platform to undermine capitalist ideology. To enact change, the neoliberal and capitalist base needs to be replaced, onto which more equitable social and economic forms of expression can be built.

Visually, the site embraces digital brutalism and anti-design. The

HTML

default typefaces of Times New Roman and Arial are paired with

RGB

green, alongside tasteful and ironic images.




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