Topic: Hipsters

Santa Is a Hipster, and a Pretty Funny One, in This Agency's Holiday Video

Free-range reindeer and all

Is Santa Claus a hipster? He's got the unkempt mane and alternative lifestyle down pat. Yet he seems too obsessed with consumer goods and fourth-quarter commerce to qualify. It feels like…

This Hipster Business Name Generator Is About to Become Your New Obsession

An overused look becomes fun fodder to sell domains

Forget all those sites that randomly generate band names, stripper names and hobbit names. This one could make you rich, my friends. Brooklyn rich! The Hipster Business Name Generator creates a…

How Carhartt Found Its Groove With Fixers and Hipsters

Brand's top marketer on going from boots to beer

Tony Ambroza and the Maker Movement arrived at the Dearborn, Mich., offices of Carhartt about the same time four years ago. With stints at Nike and Under Armour under his…

Overgrown Beards Are Like Wild Animals Clinging to Your Face, Schick Ads Say

Y&R campaign urges men to 'free your skin'

Y&R New Zealand turns manly beards into cute animals for Schick's "Free Your Skin" campaign, which takes a bold anti-beard stance in this golden age of hirsute ruggedness.  Of course, sneering…

PBR, American Spirit Cigarettes Used as Bait in 'Hipster Traps' Around NYC

Luring them in with treats

Residents of the giant hipster trap that is New York City are setting miniature hipster traps—baited with Pabst Blue Ribbon, dorky sunglasses, bike chains and American Spirit cigarettes—as a public…

Ask Your Doctor About Unpretentiousilâ„¢, a Cure for the Common Hipster

Relief from an insidious disorder

Hipster bashing seems so 2008. And yet, done well, it still elicits some latte-soaked, vegan chuckles. Here's a fun faux-mercial that peddles a fake drug called Unpretentiousil, a supposed cure…

Brand Logos Redesigned for Hipsters

Are you supposed to think they're cool or lame?

This Tumblr of brand logos redesigned for hipsters reminds me that I have no idea what a hipster is anymore. Most people just use it as a descriptor for a…