STILL YESTERDAYis a publishing platform focusing on contemporary cultural and economic production. T hrough critiquing existing structures and imagining more socially, economically and environmentally inclusive ones, it projects a desire for radically different futures.
Bence Iványi and collaborators:
The textual and visual elements of
STILL YESTERDAYwere given equal attention when designing the platform.
The platform’s 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 and social post forefronts this time-bound experience.
DEBASEsection is named after the systematic approach taken by the platform to replace existing power structures in culture, politics and economics. To enact change, the existing base of exploitation needs to be replaced, onto which more equitable social and economic relations can be built.
Visually, the site embraces digital brutalism and anti-design. The