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Hipster Culture and Instagram Are Responsible for a Good Thing

There’s a social media for everyone. Some are open for a wide audience, while others, like Instagram, are niched to a particular group – a group that since to be expanding everyday much more.

A network that started with the purpose of having a growing number of people trapped in the Selfie era that has been the late years of the new decade, it has been slowly becoming something much more. In fact, its audience has gone from casual images and a few some sexy shots to memes, life sharing experiences and great graffiti artwork made with a variety of flame spray paint and other tools.

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Another case in point, different cultures that go all the way from those in the modern realm as the Hipsters and millennials to the much older as Generation X and even the Baby Boomers. Just like about every social network, each of these individuals have all brought their unique touch. This –in addition to having been bought by the giant Facebook- has helped Instagram stand out from the rest and do not fall into the nothing as other once relevant sites such as Pinterest.

Just as any other site out there, there are definitely a few toxic and bad things we can say Instagram has and promotes – but it also has done a few “good thing.” Just like literature did for writing, Cinema has done for visual storytelling, Instagram has showcase the beauty and magnificence of photography. A delight to those, for example, that can’t wait a year or so to look at the next film of finally Oscar winning cinematographer Roger Deakins, you can pay a watch to his IG page and lose yourself into the incredible work of this gentleman. However, if you aren’t that into the filmmaking, as aforementioned, there’s a large number of amazing witty, intelligent and creative work you can find on the page. While not solely thanks to the Hipster culture – the quest for progress by today’s society does really help at the time of envisioning and pushing the boundaries of art and Instagram is hands down among those platform that have open to us these doors that otherwise we might rarely will get to even see.

In the end, in a period and year where old model of Social networks are being replaced by new ones – it’s safe to say Instagram is here to stay… for now?

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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