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26 Websites using Classic Retro Vintage Effects

With the takeover of flat design it seems like deep textures and rich patterns have been pushed to the wayside. But even through this trendy flat design phase there are still hundreds of brilliant websites catering to exceptional realism.

For this post I've organized 26 exemplary retro-style vintage website designs for inspiration. Each design utilizes a series of textures, patterns, icons, and text effects to recreate the feeling of yesteryears. Feel free to incorporate some of these effects into your own future work. And if you know any similar retro websites feel free to share in the post comments below.

The Dollar Dreadful

the dollar dreadful website retro

Glazed & Infused

glazed and infused donuts company website

Tricycle Terror

The Decoder Ring

the decoder ring website retro design

Eric Henning Magic

Upload Pie

upload pie retro webapp uploading ui

Serendipity Tea

serendipity tea website food design

Farinella Bakery

New York Moon

new york moon retro newspaper website layout

This by Them

Peanut Gallery

peanut gallery films retro website

Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company

Street Crosser

retro street crosser pixel video game page

Bullet PR

The Book Cover Archive

retro website book cover archive design

Artifact Coffee

Chris Isaak

chris isaak personal retro portfolio website

Passage

nevsky russia passage white clean layout

HAG

hag swiss german train website landing page

Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken

blue ribbon fried chicken restaurant website

The Monocle Café

the monocle cafe retro classic website layout

Revelation Concept

revelation concept retro nostalgia design layout

Symbio Agency

Retro Wedding

retro wedding invitation website graphics design

The Most Decisive Game Ever

Caava Design

I'm the editor-in-chief of Bittbox.com. I'm a designer and developer by day, and a writer and musician when the feeling strikes. I enjoy vintage advertisements and puzzles with an absurd amount of pieces. Follow me on Twitter.

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