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#16 - The ice cream Earth and the balloon donut /...

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#15 - A Giant Pop Art Collage

Maybe a single post from @micahnotfound won’t look anything particular, but if you look at the big picture (really), you will find out that every single post is a piece of a big puzzle.<p><b>Micah Millner</b> visual artist turned his entire Instagram feed into one big canvas where the individual posts together create a huge artwork. It’s basically an endless timeline of today’s pop-culture inspired by current events: movies, sports, video games, music, so you can find in the mosaic David Bowie or the …

#14 - The Lego perspective of the World

I tell you guys, <i>this</i> Lego themed Instagram feed is much better than Lego’s official account. The caption in the profile says it all: “Minifigures travellers | Seeing life in Lego perspective”<p>An Italian couple started taking pictures about their Lego figures just for fun, and their secret is the perfectly combined scenes and figures. Today they have more than 15K followers. The project went viral, everyone can join this world with a photo using the #legoprojectphoto hashtag. Now the original …

#13 - Fiesta the cat, the dog

Can Instagram exist without cute pets? The answer is absolutely no. So let me introduce you <b>Fiesta</b>, the adorable Jack Russell Terrier, and her awesome life.<p>The visual artist couple from Buenos Aires, Aquiles Pirovano (@jacktheartist) and his girlfriend Josefina (@shelterfordragons) started documenting their dog’s life with beautifully captured images. Fiesta yawns a lot, likes skateboarding, surfing, sunbathing on the beach, and drinks Corona. She lives a life you’ve always wanted.<p>Hit the button …

#12 - R.I.P. Hipster Barbie - Instagram All-Stars

Everyone heard about <b>Soacality Barbie</b>, aka Hipster Barbie. I bet, she’s an Instagram all-star. Unfortunately the account is closed now, but you still can browse the hilarious pictures of the hipster Barbie, whose creator mocks the millennial hipsters’ cliched photography styles on Instagram. With a Barbie doll.<p>The five-month-run of Barbie ended in November, 2015. As Darby Cisneros said: <i>“I started SB as a way to poke fun at all the Instagram trends that I thought were ridiculous. … It’s been a</i> …

#11 - Pimp Your Beard 101

Pierce Thiot, an art director guy from California, has a big beard. And he sticks everything in it. Everything, literally. And a lot. If I had a big beard I would do the same!<p>If you follow the lumberjack trend or you are just simply a bearded guy and want to pimp your facial hair, forget the boring glam beard trend and get some inspiration from Pierce. Go for a Christmas beard, a birthday beard, a spaghetti beard or a Lego beard. Or get a whatever beard. Like Pierce.<p>Follow this incredible sick …

#10 - Juxtapose the world in 45°

<b>@teaforbear</b> is a creative project by <b>Sergey Minkin</b> and his girlfriend Anastasia Rostova. They call it the <i>“Dual World”</i>: all the photos are captured in 45 degrees, where the two sides of the photo are juxtaposed against each other in a really creative way. The result is a unique geometric style in each photo, and if you scroll through the feed, I guarantee it will be a visual journey.<p>Check out this project and hit the follow button!

#09 - Blur Stops

If you are a <i>multimedia artist</i>, finding your visual language can be a big challenge. But not for <b>Julien Tatham</b>, a French visual artist, who puts together boring and ordinary things like a bus stop, a lonely person waiting for the bus, and a glass surface and creates a unique photographic style.<p>Taking pictures of people using the glass as a filter or an extra layer gives the photo even more mystery. Maybe you are on one of them behind the blurry glass. For the dreamy urban pictures from the <b>Us Stop</b> …

#08 - Phone boxes in your smartphone

Do you remember those phone-boxes on the sidewalk, or in the railway stations? Or the public telephones near the bus-stops or next to the escalators going down to the underground station?<p>Honestly, I’ve never used them - as I belong to the Generation Y, but my father did.<p>I can remember. Nowadays, these landline phones on the streets are almost dead as we live in the era of smartphones, but decades ago they did play an important role: those payphones were among the first steps to today’s …

#07 - Yum Yum, a munching feed

Sometimes the most disgusting things can be turned into art if you find a concept to fit them in. Creating the biggest photo collection of discarded chewing gum pieces could be one.<p>Sanne Couprie, a photographer from Amsterdam, started documenting the after-mouth life of gum from what he found on the street. When you say ‘<i>ouch</i>’, he says ‘<i>yay</i>’ and then ‘<i>yeah</i>’. The traces of teeth marks, the hair or leaves stuck in the gum, or the gum that is stuck in the gaps in the sidewalk, the freshly spat gum …

#06 Kitchensuspension

Imagine a <b>magic kitchen</b> where everything floats. The coffee maker, the pepperoni, the rainbow colored ice cream - all the kitchen accessories and all the foods are floating.<p>Francesco Mattucci, an Italian e-business manager with the power of Photoshop and his great image editing skills - not to mention his imagination, created a really strange kitchen where objects live their own lives. In this kitchen, gravity is eliminated, and everything floats. Thanks to the photography, the lights, and the …

#05 - Bodies with no regret

<i>In Extremis</i> (bodies with no regret) - you’ve probably heard about <b>@__remmidemmi</b>’s account where you can find a really bizarre photo series by Italian photographer Sandro Giordano. Crazy, scary and funny compositions in the same time of people who have fallen down and kissed the groundin an attempt to save their prized possessions.<p>He opens our eyes while we are scrolling through his feed: we are overly obsessed with our material goods, and sometimes we care about them more than our lives. The …

#04 - Tumble down the rabbit hole

Big white ears, pink nose, red eyes, one white bunny head and hundreds of different personalities… In the <b>@therabbitproject</b> everyone wears the same mask, but the rabbit is never the same. You don’t know who is behind the mask, but you can imagine. A creative project, a social experiment, inspiration, and inspires individual interpretations.<p>The project was founded by four friends, (<i>@emme_enne, @anthonylate, @inanutshell, @buddybradley</i>) and started as a joke during a lunch break. Now it’s a …

#03 - The Yellow Passion

If you thought you hate color yellow, you should check out this project on Instagram. ‘<b>A Yellow Mark</b>’ created by Marko Morciano, a marketing guy/digital artist from Southern Italy who is in love with yellow.<p>He started his project on Instagram in December, 2014 when he decided to launch a gallery where every photo is <i>yellowing</i>. ‘Mark’ in the project name stands for the yellow sings and of course for the founder, Mark. Nice wordplay :)<p>Now the <b>@ayellowmark</b> gallery contains original shots by Marko …

#02 - The beauty of the 90º

One of the first <i>conceptgrammers</i> I have found on Instagram years ago was <b>@aerohockey</b>. He is a Russian photographer, and he found the beauty in the 90-degree angles of everyday objects and places.<p>The lines of the 90-degree angles meets the bottom corners on every pic, and it gives a unique style not just for the photo but for the entire feed. He started publishing photos of different triangular shapes and corners in 2013 and today you can find more than 250 masterpieces in his feed. The project …

#01 - Coffe Cup Comics

Coffee. In the first post. Yeah. I know… But Instagram is powered by coffee. Not only top-view photos of daily coffees or latte art pics but cups as well.<p>Probably you’ve heard about <b>@yoyoha</b>, but he is one of my favourites, so I start with him. <b>Josh Hara</b> is a creative director, and he started a project last year: to draw 100 Cup Cartoons till the end of 2014. He succeeded and he continues drawing another 100 cup-masterpiece in this year. He reflects on coffee addiction, celebrities and everyday …