Talk about inspiration! Brooklyn-based photographer Daniel Arnold has managed to sell $15,000 USD worth of Instagram prints in a single day.
"Nobody Likes Me" is the newest (and so fucking brilliant) offering by Canadian Street Artist I♥ to the streets of Vancouver, a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia.
Brock Davis is an award-winning, multidisciplinary artist and creative director with a knack for creating ground-breaking work.
A Brazilian artist has been turning London landmarks, including St Paul’s and Borough Market, into real-life Instagram photographs. A concept so clever yet simple… “why didn’t I think of that?”
DESIGN: Instagram to Implement Video Sharing on June 20?
Rumor has it that Instagram will be adding video functionality to its app this month. According to TechCrunch, Facebook have been sending invites to key people regarding a private press conference being held on 20 June, 2013.
#DESIGN: The Instagram Socialmatic Camera Is REAL
The idea of the Socialmatic Camera created by the folks of Instagram has been in construction ever since the social site reached popularity around May of 2012. I mean, what could be better than the ability to print Polaroid’s of your favorite, filtered pictures?
After originally being presented back in February, the creators of the Socialmatic camera will be teaming up with the Polaroid brand to bring this vision to real life and you can see the idea in their announcement video after the jump:
"INVASION" | THE PLASTICS REVOLUTION (THE FIRST 100% INSTAGRAM MUSIC VIDEO)
Hey, it was bound to happen eventually! Above is the very first music video done entirely on Instagram without any third party alterations. Every single frame of this visual is an actual picture that the band ran through Instagram.
Stitching together approximately 1,905 Instagrammed photos, the whimsical stop-motion montage fills up just a little over four minutes. Check out Mexico-city based band, The Plastics Revolution’s, “Invasion” (above)!