A style of digital graphic art, prevalent in the late 1990s and early 2000s, utilizing either clean vector shapes or distressed versions of the same, often lacking clear content, and using a mishmash of cliched design elements, such as arrows, crosses/plusses, CMYK color calibration bars as graphic elements, and extremely thin Helvetica (or, for the cheap, Arial) typefaces.
Do I need an example? I think I explained it pretty thouroughly.
by FLEB July 13, 2005

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