Self-important or self-indulgent, especially when describing an artistic project.(adjective)
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Use "arty-farty" in a sentence
"Oh, and we may also need to take into account those arty-farty designers using Macs."
"In the old Soviet days, the Samizdat used to talk of ‘kitsch’ (not the arty-farty kind), a sort of gloying jelly you had to fumble with in dealing, day-to-day with the vile nomenclature foisting its mix of ludicrous ideology, lying targets and statistics, propaganda and vicious impersonal control on all and sundry."
"The ones they're keeping are the ones that benefit business, while cutting the arty-farty ones that cost very little and arguably earn money."