- n. alternative spelling of retrofuturism.
- retro- + futurism (Wiktionary)
“The article claims retro-futurism is dead and this brought about the realization I was not in fact ready to say 'goodbye' to this optimistic, oddly nostalgic and sometimes unrealistic way of seeing our future.”
“Matt Novak has compiled past visions of what the future would be like (an area of interest called "retro-futurism") on his blog Paleofuture. com.”
“As for our definition of Steampunk, we chose to stay focused on Steampunk in the expected mode of dirigibles/retro-futurism/automatons/eccentric scientists and supplement that with stories that reflect the current emphasis on the maker movement in the Steampunk culture itself.”
“That definition is loose enough to accommodate a stew of influences, including the streamlined retro-futurism of Flash Gordon and Japanese animation with its goggle-wearing hackers, the postapocalyptic scavenger style of “Mad Max,” and vaudeville, burlesque and the structured gentility of the Victorian age.”
“In this sense think there is something to be said for cheese – or at least retro-futurism.”
“Interpreted generously, this retro-futurism could be a vision of a cybernetic frontier where hi- tech artisans discover their individual self-fulfillment in either the electronic agora or the electronic marketplace.”
“This sort of retro-futurism is not an accident but a response to our seemingly cold, computer-driven world.”
“He also explained how the Triplettes crew aspired, under the direction of Sylvain Chomet, for a kind of retro-futurism.”
“On Alla's newest recordings, lush, elegant studio-crafted atmospheres cradle the pretty singing of Lupe Martinez, and the combination of sunny melodies and seductive beats recalls both the delicacy of bossa nova and the retro-futurism of Stereolab.”
“The subculture and recent fiction fitting the brief of retro-futurism can be earnestly escapist and yet also progressive, sometimes simultaneously, and I think we've also struck a good balance in that regard.”
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