From 1919 to 1933, creatives dedicated to teaching and learning the pure disciplines of art and design converged in Germany at the Bauhaus school, founded by Walter Gropius. These thinkers included modern artists like Josef Albers, Paul Klee, and Wassily Kandinsky. The Bauhaus stressed a rigorous curriculum, enforcing equality between all art forms while allowing for an alternative environment of experimentation.

The utopian and anti-establishment lifestyle found in the Bauhaus reminds us of a similar phenomenon in youth culture today—the hipster. From hipster hobbies like arts and crafts to strange outfits worn by each group, here are 8 Ways the Bauhaus Resembles Modern Day Hipsters.

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