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Fly which was the style in the 80s. Most of the airbrushing ideas came from music videos in the 80s. The airbrush on the overalls would mostly be on the pants leg area. Many of the hip hop music performers wore airbrushed clothes; this is what the people in the urban areas shared with the hip hop artist. There were many things that people wore that were airbrushed by an airbrush artist in their town. Nearly all age groups had to have custom made airbrushed clothing items. In the 80s there were teenagers wearing airbrushed clothes, infants, toddlers, and adults. It was one way for taggers to show their art work in a positive and constructive manner. Most 80s airbrush art was created by people that truly like to draw. There were many dance groups in the 80s as well, that got their clothing items airbrush with different colors of their choice.
Airbrush art were also wore by other people outside of the urban areas. It was a fun and creative way to wear artwork. In the 80s airbrushed clothing represented style and flavor of the hip hop music and the urban areas. The people that like wearing airbrushed art on their clothing would sometimes have airbrushed art of animated characters on their clothing items also; such as Betty Boop, Bugs Bunny, Tweedy Bird, and others. The art of airbrushing ideas were endless in the 80s, people even got airbrush art painted on their cars. The airbrush art of the 80s came back in style after the 80s, and then it went back out of style. It seems that different states such as New York City will never let the art of airbrush painting go out of style. Actually in many towns the art of airbrushing will always be in style. Have You Wore Airbrushed Art Clothing Before? Shoe trends from the 80s will always come back in style. Also the fashion trends of the 80s will always come back in style, we see it in fashion today. Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. 0 of 8192 characters usedPost CommentNo HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Hi Lindsay, your correct. Airbrushing never is going out of style, it is a form of art and expression. I see still airbrush-stands set up at swap meets and mall stores. Thank you for your comment. 80’s (but that’s a good thing) with the birth of hip-hop, breakdancing, the big gold chains ect but as far as i’m concerned, it never really went out of style. Hi Ruby, Airbrush art painting is cool, thanks for commenting. That will be fun to see what is created with air brush art this time around.
I’ll kick off this blog with a summary of an experiment I’ve been trying; namely, to wear all of my work-worthy shoes, a different pair every day without repeating. Now, I own a LOT of shoes, and figuring out the best way to incorporate them all into different outfits was somewhat of a challenge. I managed to go an entire month of workdays without repeating once, which I thought was pretty impressive. I’ve been posting these on my Facebook page but finally decided to create this blog, so rather than go through each outfit description in exhaustive detail I’ll just recap them briefly. Week 1: The experiment kicked off on Tuesday, March 25 with a pair of blue t-straps by Paolo, followed by mary janes by Steve Maddon and John Fluevog, and my favorite pair of comfy boots from Bata. At this point I was also experimenting with the setup and settings on my camera, so the photo quality isn’t so great for some of these. I’ll go ahead and state right now that I’m a terrible bargain shopper, and rarely have any luck finding anything at thrift stores.