They are unapologetically uncool, the men in white nylon jumpsuits and the women in “artsy” drop earrings.
[Tatum laughs] Like I found the three other artsy goth kids at Boulder and hung out with them.
But even at Boulder I found the artsy kids and hung out with them.
artsy has partnered with heavy hitters like the Whitney and SFMoMA.
I was making a bunch of short films in high school and was kind of artsy, so I always knew I wanted to go to art school.
Gemini contends with a planetary influx, Cancer gets in touch with her artsy side, and Sagittarius is an agent of change.
Today, fashion students from Saint Martins still head to clubs, now in artsy Dalston and Shoreditch, decked in their own designs.
Studying at the artsy Rudolf Steiner School in England no doubt nurtured her dreams.
You can read most of the text online for free, if you have the patience to deal with artsy websites.
We were the “artsy types,” the playwrights, the sincere apprentices!
"pretentiously artistic," 1902, from arts (see art (n.)); originally especially artsy-craftsy, with reference to the arts and crafts movement; always more or less dismissive or pejorative; artsy-fartsy was in use by 1971.
Pretentiously and self-consciously artistic; straining for esthetic effect: an artsy-craftsy little boutique on Nantucket (1940s+)