Do you have any photos on your Instagram feed that would look awesome on a pair of shoes? Well, if you do, Adidas is going to make it happen. Their upcoming #zxflux Photo Print App will allow you to take a photo and get the image printed onto their ZX Flux sneakers.
There’s just something about Nicolas Cage that inspires people to create memes, apps, and even eyeshadows in his likeness. The latest one is called “Feeling Cagey?” and it inserts a little bit (or rather, a whole lot) of Nicolas Cage in each and every selfie it finds on Instagram.
How would you like to have your favorite memories for snacks? You can even skewer them or heat them up to make some extra memorable smores. Sounds pretty impossible, but as long as that moment is captured and posted on Instagram, then Boomf can make it happen.
When it comes to gifts, it’s better to skip generic presents and find something that its intended recipient would really want and use. Otherwise, the entire thing is basically meaningless.
Now you can take things one step further by making the wrapping paper itself just as special, with PicPaperie’s customized wrapping paper.
Last year we saw a concept for a pair of glasses that applies Instagram’s filters through its lenses. Bruno Ribeiro took a more literal approach with his Real Life Instagram series, taking not just Instagram’s filters but its entire interface into the real world.
Companies are inclined to give freebies and complimentary services to people who have a huge following on social networks. As a marketing move, it makes perfect sense. The odds of these people tweeting and talking about the event is high, and the more people they get to share it with, the better, right?
One of the most popular things people post on Instagram is pictures of food. So why shouldn’t it make sense to make some food that looks like Instagram’s logo? That’s exactly what Ann Reardon of How to Cook That did when she made this awesome Instagram cake.
Imagine a world where Disney’s most-beloved princesses actually existed; a world where they would have access to the Internet and maintained a presence of various social media networks. Like Instagram, for example.
That’s one thing the folks from B for Bel were musing about, which prompted them to come up with this fun gallery of Instagram posts from the Disney princesses.
Think your latest Instagram shot could be a masterpiece? Then have it painted on canvas and show the whole world your awesome shot in a traditional medium.
You could commission your own artist, or you could just send it off to Pixelist.
Crowdsourcing is all the rage these days, so why not apply the concept to shooting a video? That’s exactly what Lexus did when it got together over 200 fans to each shoot frames for a promotional video.
Do Instagrammers who post pictures of food annoy you? Apparently, they irritate a lot of people, including some guys who took it upon themselves to come up with an in-your-face prank that demonstrates just how annoying their behavior is.
Instructables member Alexander Morris made a photo booth that looks like the app icon of the popular image sharing service Instagram. If you’re a fan of the service you might be disappointed to know that Alexander didn’t actually integrate Instagram or any image editing service into the photo booth.