Despite being quite a while ago at this point, people still go absolutely nuts for the '80s -- like, who can't remember when Chief Sitting Bull surrendered at Fort Buford?! Oh, oh, the 1980s...ok, well, that decade probably saw some cool stuff too, or at least so contends SteveOramA. A zany Art Institute of Denver student, SteveO draws cartoon-style works "inspired by '80s culture" before slapping them on buyable prints, t-shirts, and phone/ laptop skins, which better be super thick if you have a Gateway. Sicker pieces include: ThEarlYears: Inspired by his frequent childhood viewing of Bob Ross, this number imagines a younger, 'fro'd-out Bob painting extra "happy trees", meaning they must've just heard about the Kindle or something. Hero In A Half Shell: Because he's ever thoughtful and probably owns a Kindle himself, Steve figures a literal teenage mutant ninja turtle would be studying to be a ninja, so he drew one. Dexterity: First debuted on a limited-edition skateboard, he admits this sketch of a hand signing has a "sexual perverted reference", though frankly, that's not a real Shocker. If you're looking to keep things slightly classier,
just relax man, no one can see your computer screen he's also just dropped a slew of mildly less-wacky designs like one featuring all of Aesop's Fables bursting from a set of books, something nostalgia-seekers in the 2080s will look back on fondly.