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Flores, Indonesia

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Trois-Rivières, Guadeloupe

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Tribal Hotel, Granada, Nicaragua

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A few weeks back the team at Electric Objects sent over one of their new EO2 displays for us to play with. If you're an art lover or an artist or just simply have an empty wall at home that needs something to grab people's attention you're going to want to pick one one of these up. The display is connected to an app on your phone that lets you choose some of the coolest art from museums all over the world (LACMA, The Getty, Rijksmuseum, to name a few...) as well as over 30,000 pieces of community uploaded work. This week alone we've had a solid collection of photographs of old New York from the New York Public Library's archives, and images from our Morocco trip on rotation. And just launched today is All the Vermeers, a collection that features all 35 works of the 17th Century Dutch Master. Consider this a great gift for Valentine's day, or an even better one for yourself.
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Toward the tail end of 2015, Kevin Systrom, the CEO of Instagram, came to a realization: The photo-sharing app he had founded five years earlier was straying too far from its roots. Instagram was growing, yes, and finally generating some serious ad dollars — which Facebook had been waiting for since it bought the company for $1 billion back in 2012. But its user base was also growing, and it wasn’t all good growth: Instagram feeds that were once dominated by photos from friends and family members were becoming more impersonal.

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