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"Gnarly Black Metal Font": Neat, but usually unreadable
"What if it was orange?!?!": Inhabit! Not exactly anarchist...
"Slick web 2.0 professionalism": u mean like those RAM-sucking sites where you can't comment?

Anyways, what do I have to say of what anarchist aesthetics should be...

What about none?

How about we define ourselves by a set of ethics and practices (or, dum-dum-dum-dum, it's the infamous "praxis"!) that truly bring people together no matter where they're from or their personal preferences?

Aesthetics got something fascicizing to me. Not necessarily fascist per se, but in the sense that it attempts to format people to a conformity pattern that also can lose substance at some point. Equally, queer used to be a way radical counterculture but what it's become today?