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A Word on the Hipster

A Word on the Hipster

Hell Yes!

Excerpt by jonny diamond, L magazine, may 12-25 2010

The hipster I’m talking about – the definition I’m trying to get back to- is an obsessive curator of her own life: from fashion and art to drugs and rock and roll, the real hipster is a voracious consumer of culture in constant search of new routes to beauty and truth, ways of forestalling death, of fighting back against the inevitable compromises of time and age. The real hipster is desperate to remain one step ahead of convention, to make art from life and life from art. She is a collector and a college-artist, aesthetically adveturous, intellectually playful. Do not blame her for the marketing commodity her lifestyle becomes six months after she’s lived it.

I just couldn’t resist spreading the good word……..


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