Vaporwave is a “microgenre of electronic music and an Internet meme that emerged in the early 2010s.” The music video consists of various high contrast colours such as purple, pink, green and blue. Vaporwave,
A E S T H E T I C and glitching work together with a series of video clips to create a nostalgic 80’s / 90’s feel.

To understand what I’m talking about, check out the video below: 

This well known genre has become popular due it’s nostalgic feelings. Vaporwave has been described as the type of music you listen to when you get ready and is different from Electronic Dance Music, it incorporates the 80’s and 90’s style of music.

I have created an A E S T H E T I C a combination of things that are pleasing to look at which highlights aspects spoken about in this weeks BCM 112 lecture.

4 thoughts on “~ A e s t h e t i c s ~

  1. Hey! great work on creating your own glitch aesthetic. You have done a really seamless job at integrating your glitch artwork not only into the post, but also the background of your site. Keep up the good work. (also top job on the remediation and iteration so far).

    Cheers

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  2. I am loving your blog posts! Your whole blog is aesthetically pleasing! Incorporating the glitch artwork into the background of your blog is genius! The information and sources used compliment your blog post well. And embedding the source link into the information when used is also very good.
    Keep up the good work!

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  3. Love your glitch aesthetic, it complements your blog post really well. I think that you also explained vapourware in a really simple and concise way, which made it a really enjoyable and easy read. keep up the good work !

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