Synopses & Reviews
Electronic Plastic displays a visually exciting survey of the snazziest oldschool computer games. First introduced in the mid 70's. kids were addicted to the portable handhelds and tabletops for about a decade. By today these computer games have bcome both rare and impressive eyecatchers, as well as landmarks of portable consumer electronics. Strikingly, their allround retrostyled casts, colorful packaging and bubbling typefonts showcase genuine 80's vibes.
Throughout Electronic Plastic Jaro Gielens presents the highlights of his 400 piece collection. No better match than Buro Destruct's Lopetz took the challenge to design the books which features an atmospheric introduction by Uwe Schutte.