I don't even know exactly what hipster means anymore but I think Phillip Sevy captures it well with these pictures of the Bat Family and X-Men as hipsters.
Elizabeth Beals puts DC's female heroes and villains in fashionable street clothes inspired by their spandex work outfits. Now she just needs to tell us wear Harley Quinn buys her clothes.
So it seems that hipster cosplay is officially a thing, but at least it's a pretty funny thing when it's done well. Hipsters Ariel and Harry prove that cosplay — and making fun of hipsters — is never too mainstream.
You probably think that Urban Outfitters is for lomography-obsessed, ironic-canvas-bag-toting, paper-thin-dress-wearing hipsters like the ones above. And you're more or less right! But that doesn't mean they don't carry some kickass gadgetry.
According to the most popular definition on Urban Dictionary, it's "what just about every scene kid and hipster under the age of 25 calls themselves these days. Many own Canon Rebel xtis and rely heavily on cropping and Photoshop filters to give their otherwise mundane photos an "artsy" feel."
In case you didn't know, the Fourth of July isn't about booze and explosives. It has a historic meaning that celebrates one of the biggest events in the life of this country.
World-famous DJ/mashup artist Girl Talk (a.k.a. Greg Gillis) has gone on record: he's a PC, and his sweatband may not be totally ironic. His "I'm a PC" short features a lot of his philosophies on music, which aren't so interesting, and his habit of taping Saran wrap to his computer during shows, which is sort of…
Slightly less embarrassing than carrying a fanny pack, this hipster lets you carry around your stuff in a little personal trailer. The hipster's tied to your body, making you a half mule half, half rickshaw driving man with a trailer on your ass.