Thanks to a mix of a secret algorithm and good ol’ fashioned business savvy, hipsters across the US and Canada can finally display their Instagram masterpiece in physical form. Blown-up onto a canvas to hang on their wall, these quasi-paintings come in many different sizes and options. CanvasPop, the company behind the idea, is a spin-off of the folks at DNA 11 who blew up strands of DNA into gorgeous portraits.
Users of the popular photo-sharing service can integrate their account with the CanvasPop site and easily choose the photos they wish to print. Though some of the photos posted to Instagram should be forgotten and never seen again, there are a lot of talented people who use the service and will appreciate that their art can live a truly offline existence.
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