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Your Instagrams could hang on a gallery wall

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Marcia Gagliardi

Photograph: Courtesy Darwin Bell

Do you feel like some of your Instagram posts are gallery-worthy? (It’s okay, toot your horn, you feel like they ALL are.) Thanks to the #INSTANTARTIST project, which was created by photobooth company The Bosco, creative agency Bobby Redd and marketing agency AGW Group, you now have a chance to see your Instas printed and hanging in a gallery show. (Sorry, it’s not a solo show, you have to work up to that.)

All you have to do is tag your new images #instantartist from now through March 31, and due to the wonders of technology, The Bosco will automatically print 6x6 images and hang them. And, though this is kind of obvious, we’ll say it anyway: Your Instagram account needs to be public.

The temporary gallery show is Saturday March 26, 6–9pm at 646 Lorimer Street in Brooklyn, but tagged images can still be printed through March 31. If you’re at the gallery, you can tag your picture and watch it print on-site, presto! And hey, don’t let all this fame go to your head.

H/t: Racked


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