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Reason for Warning: This aesthetic contains bright/flashing colors, along with some blood and gore, however only one example of the latter currently appears on the page.

Kawaii Warrior is an aesthetic considered a mixture of Scene, Furry, and Old Emo Art Style. It heavily features bright colors and anthropomorphic animals, and was most popular in the late 2000s and early 2010s, when Sparkledogs were at the height of their popularity. Although confused for Poster Gal, Kawaii Warrior differentiates from Poster Gal due to Kawaii Warrior being more prominent in the late 2000s, having a less nerdy tone, and featuring animal characters extensively, with a few exceptions. Many Kawaii Warrior videos ended up being MAPs (multi-animator projects). This aesthetic has faced a resurgence in recent years, despite it never having truly gone away.


  • Bright colors
  • Gradients
  • Animals
  • Rainbows
  • Amateur Art
  • An anime- inspired style, similar to that of the poster gal aesthetic but far more simplified
  • Low quality
  • Blood




  • Electropop
  • Nightcore
  • Pop


  • Linkin Park
  • Evanescence
  • Anna Blue
  • Skillet
  • ItaloBrothers
  • Breaking Benjamin
  • Parry Gripp
  • Meg + Dia
  • Vocaloid


  • Lilly Allen - Smile
  • Ylvis - The Fox
  • The Cab - Angel With A Shotgun
  • Scissor Sisters - I Can't Decide


  • Warriors (also known as Warrior Cats)


  • Pokemon
  • Invader Zim
  • Powerpuff Girls
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic

Video Games[]

  • Undertale
  • Five Night's At Freddy's


If you know the artists, please credit them, as many of the artists on this page are unknown.