Saturday, December 25, 2010

The Evolution of a Hipster

Now lookee here y'all at a depiction of The Evolution of a Hipster.
Be a part of it NOW, we are a subculture in the making! 30 years from now they will be selling Halloween Costumes of these awesome looks! our children's children will be looking at pics of us laughing their assess off or maybe secretly impressed by our coolness.

Let's Take a Closer Look:

2000: The Emo
The proto-hipster’s white belt and guyliner make for a soulful combination.

2001: The Emo Redux
The skulls on her tour-only Death Cab tee don’t match the skulls on her Vans, so it’s not like she’s trying too hard.

2002: The Ashton
His PBR trucker hat and faux vintage t-shirt reveal an obsession with “irony.”

2003: The Scenester

A gaudy tattoo appears on her chest, and she is never spotted without her iPod.
2004: The Twee
He adores his rare-vinyl collection and tobacco pipe. Despite 20/20 vision, he wears Buddy Holly glasses.

2005: The Fauxhemian
She suffers for fashion, wearing a furry hat, boots and keffiyah even during the warmest months. Her new wrist tattoo is the Japanese symbol for beauty—or at least that’s what the guy at the tat shop told her.
2006: The Mountain Man
He seeks working-class authenticity, taking pride in his full beard and the fact that he’s often mistaken for a homeless person.
2007: The Vintage Queen
She shops at retro boutiques and posts Holga photos on her blog. She has said that the koi fish cover-up tattoo on her arm symbolizes “nature and love and peace and stuff.”
2008: The Williamsburg
He thoughtfully hangs shutter shades in the deep-V of his white tee, and he’s often seen walking his fixed-gear bike around town while texting with his iPhone.
2009: The Meta-Nerd
By wearing the popular Three Wolf Moon T-shirt, today’s hipster makes a mockery of herself. She has finally completed the full-sleeve tattoo.

 This spread does contain some remarkable accuracies about the Hipster culture but it is not 100% there: SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS about the different sides of the hipster moon!

Go ON do it in the comment section below, I urge you!

And finally,

An Angry Hipster Comment:

...the fact that you defend a band's genre and define them as not just indie rock but also a folk band (Well why wouldn't you?! If you gave them one genre you'd be grouping them in with so many other bands who aren't as unique or artistic) , brings us to the highlight of 2010 and a precise definition of you: The Tool.
 ...very cool comeback, what a TOOL for sure this guy who is making fun of the grooviest peeps EVA!

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