Those parts of popular culture commonly considered kitsch, artificial, vulgar, or banal, but which acquire contemporary appreciation, especially which are the most artificial and exaggerated. The things enjoying the attention of camp taste include many old movies, 1950s furniture designs, 1960s fashion, cross-dressing, and drag cultures. The camp sensibility arose simultaneously with the development of Pop Art in the early 1960s, when low art objects became high art's subjects.Also see brummagem.