With celebrity stunts, homemade memes, global events and traditional media permeating consumers' minds, pop culture trends in 2013 were wide-range and volatile. This resulted in an onslaught of mashup art. Everything from Disney princesses dressed as couture models and childhood cartoon characters made to look like Breaking Bad's infamous Heisenberg could be observed. This pattern merged nostalgia with current events, satiating the consumer need to look behind and ahead simultaneously.
Thanks to celebrities like Miley Cyrus, Internet culture went mainstream in 2013. Her constant twerking and generous use of cats made it so even the most wide-spanning retailers, like Target, began offering apparel donning the Tumblr aesthetic.
Pop culture trends in 2013 changed at a faster pace than ever before. Beat the culture vultures and keep up with the pack with our Pop Culture Trend Report.
Top 100 Pop Culture Trends in 2013
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Sci-Fi Royal Cartoons
Comically Crude Pop Art
Villainous Character-Naming Infographics
Heroic Adult Onesies
Provocative Superhero Graffiti