Obviously, a tribute to genious webiste ”Hipster Hitler" couldn’t miss in this sort of "dedicated issue" about hipsters //
Quoting what the founders themselves stated, “Hipster Hitler is a comic that satirizes both hipster culture and the exploits of the Third Reich using a combination of puns, parody, dark humor, anachronisms, and visual gags” //
Enjoy a quick selection of my favourite comic strips //



Obviously, a tribute to genious webiste ”Hipster Hitler" couldn’t miss in this sort of "dedicated issue" about hipsters //

Quoting what the founders themselves stated, “Hipster Hitler is a comic that satirizes both hipster culture and the exploits of the Third Reich using a combination of puns, parody, dark humor, anachronisms, and visual gags” //

Enjoy a quick selection of my favourite comic strips //





















Born French, Unknown Hipster early moved to New York to become a painter, a poet, or whichever position was available on the Art scene //
Once a lead tambourin for « Uneven dusk », it’s unclear what became his main occupation after the band quickly broke-up //
All can be said is that Unknown frequently appears at Fashionable and Cultural events without being necessarily on the list //

Nothing else could sound any better, and be better appropriate to describe Jean-Philippe Delhomme's work and identity //
His blog is all about ironic portraits of New York’s artsy and fashion people //


As “serial uninvited”, he manages to attend (for real or not) both major and minor events, capturing into quick sketches the essence of people, places and situations //


VIPs make no exception and are equally portaited by Jean-Philippe //