Similarities in interior, product, and graphic design. These are always created and pushed forward by design authorities, such as companies and magazines, and are expressed through marketing, such as in advertisement, products, brand identity, and lifestyle. They are largely dependent on trends and cater to a certain audience, which may or may not create a subculture.
These aesthetics often pre-date the internet and are older. Many of these aesthetics would be known to people unfamiliar to the concept of an internet aesthetic, as these aesthetics occur "in real life," with their names being codified by appearing on professional and traditional mediums. This is opposed to the internet, which tends to be more used by the youth and would rapidly change. However, included here are also trends and brand-specific aesthetics that do not last that often. As trends are important in marketing, many of these aesthetics are dropped as the market becomes over-saturated or time passes.
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