Finally, its photos of food that don't make you want to throw your phone into the nearest pool of water. Mum of two Samantha Lee makes bento art to persuade her kids to eat properly. Why were our mums never this cool? Vadim Makhorov's photos are definitely not for the faint hearted, but they give us a glimpse into a life we will never be brave enough to climb up too. Never.
Admit it, we all love a bit of sarcasm. And this account certainly hits the spot. Choosing our favourite was one of the hardest decisions we've had to make in life so far. We love them all. If you're ever feeling stressed, or sad, or angry, click onto Gedun Wangchuk's feed, a Buddhist monk living in Tibet that posts pictures with the ability to calm you down quicker than any whale song. Junanto Herdiawan shows off his expert photography skills by appearing to levitate near famous landmarks. Yes its silly, but its also so so great. Darryl Jones uses stormtroopers to recreate everyday images and suddenly, life got a whole lot better. A coffee cup that doesn't just lift you up with its caffeine, but with its witty, wise and wonderful doodles, courtesy of Josh Hara. The Humans of New York's many social media accounts have spread through the internet, with their instagram continuing on with their tradition to tell each New Yorker's story one picture and passage at a time. Sometimes you'll laugh, sometimes you'll cry, and sometimes you'll just think about life. Ok so he's a bit more on the hipster end of the spectrum, but there's no denying Morten Nordstrøm's ability to turn everyday life into extraordinary works of art.
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