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Instacopy.me is de eerste Instagram print shop van Nederland en Belgie. Volg ons hier op tumblr als je 1. Instagram fanaat bent (join the group) en 2. Interieur, design en lifestyle een warm hart toe draagt. Van de laatste interieur trends en fijne winacties tot onze eigen ideeën galerij en favoriete Instagram accounts die je moet volgen. Interieur en Lifestyle Inspiratie dus, maar wel met een hoofdletter I. Enjoy!

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Je mooiste Instagram foto op Canvas winnen? We geven er 5 weg. Dit is wat je moet doen:

Succes! 

Tekst plaatsen op je Instagram foto?

Gebruik de app Overgram, te downloaden in de App store. 

Een retro inrichting vraagt om retro muurdecoratie. Een instagram wall zal hier niet misstaan. 

homeandinteriors:

Dining room.  Vintage haberdashery cabinet sourced by Trudy and Seamus in the UK.  Upturned antique glass scientific funnel used as light fitting over table.  Stokke children’s chairs. Dining table from Ikea. Candle holders from Sedonia in Seddon.  Photo - Eve Wilson, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Ook al is het geen instagram. Deze foto zouden wij wel op canvas willen hebben. (via growhousegrow, prettyserendipities)

Instagram quotes on canvas via @instacopy #quote #gelato #life #happy #summer #holiday #heath #vakantie #igers #instadaily #instagood #instacopy

Inspo momentje: Muur decoratie 

voguelivingmagazine:

A collage of images at Melbourne design cooperative Pop & Scott’s workshop.

From ‘Room to Move’, a story on page 77 of Vogue Living March 2013.

Photograph by Lisa Sorgini.

Talking about hashtag #instafood….. 

in-my-mouth:

Peanut Butter Brownie Ice Cream Sandwich 

(via matchai)

Inspiratie: een instagram wall in het midden van de kamer als eye catcher.  Wil jij ook een instagram wall? Neem dan contact met ons op voor een vrijblijvende offerte. info@instacopy.me

homeandinteriors:

Armandale House by Jackson Clements Burrows


INSTAGRAM wall-art inspiratie. Hang je instagram niet aan de muur maar plaats ze speels op een boekenplank. 
 

Healthy start of the day, before we start producing another set of Instagram on Canvas and Plexiglass for you. 

De evolutie van de foto camera. 

(via thekhooll)

Binnenkort verkrijgbaar/ soon available: Instagram photo’s on Diasec (plexiglas) matt and shiny in 30 x 30 & 50 x 50 cm #instagram #instacopy #interior #walldeco #instagood #inspiration #unique

Kijk, hier worden wij van Instacopy gewoon heel blij van: Mooie dingen.

rabbitinthehole:

Join Us in the Woods by Ian Collins

instagram.com/p/OzBUSUSFee/#dschwen instagram.com/p/OK04dStScs/#paranorman instagram.com/p/WNO7QyBQUY/#instagram instagram.com/p/VuJ0gbPFJy/#alostfeather instagram.com/p/QOMQmQLeF8/#heysp

instagram heeft nu over de 100 miljoen gebruikers. En omdat te vieren hier de allerleukste Instagram foto’s.  

Instagram Today: 100 Million People

Instagram’s first office had few redeeming qualities—and insulation was not one of them. There were only two of us, so we rented desks in a co-working space on a pier over San Francisco Bay. At night, it was common to find us working in winter jackets huddled over our laptops where the air was so cold we could see our breath. It was October 2010 when we launched Instagram, and San Francisco had dealt us a particularly unforgiving and chilly fall.

One night soon after launch, about a half-mile away, the Giants’ stadium was full of fans cheering on their team in a race for the NLCS against the Philadelphia Phillies. You see, having so little insulation in the office had an unintended consequence of being able to hear the crowd roar every time someone hit a long ball out towards McCovey Cove. Back in the office, we’d lift our heads up from code with every eruption of the fans, wondering who was at bat, what had happened, and whether the ball had made it or not. We never knew, but that wasn’t the point.

While we may only have had a few thousand people around the world using Instagram that night, we had a sense that maybe through Instagram we could tune in to what was happening just a few steps away. With a few quick commands at his terminal, my co-founder Mike’s screen filled with images of the game: the bullpen, dugout, concession stands, cheering fans and a panoramic view from somewhere up high. In a matter of hours, the people in that stadium had recorded moments in time through Instagram and allowed us to tune into an event while we sat a half a mile away, working—winter coats and all.

For the first time, we understood why Instagram was going to be different. We understood the power of images to connect people to what was happening in the world around them. And, although Instagram had a fraction of the user base it does today, that night we saw a preview of what Instagram would enable at a much larger scale down the road.

Now, nearly two and a half years later, over 100 million people use Instagram every month. It’s easy to see this as an accomplishment for a company, but I think the truth is that it’s an accomplishment for our community. Now, more than ever, people are capturing the world in real-time using Instagram—sharing images from the farthest corners of the globe. What we see as a result is a world more connected and understood through photographs.

Of the 100 million people on Instagram, there are stories that awe us: stories like Kathryn Mahoney’s (@nineteenfiftyone). Kathryn is an aid worker for the United Nations in the most remote refugee camp in Southern Sudan. She shares vivid photos of the day-to-day life of the people who live in Yida as well as the struggles and triumphs of the UN’s work there. From thousands of miles away, Kathryn reminds us of the power of images to educate and inspire.

There are love stories that move us, like the story of Cory (@withhearts) and Bethany (@bethanyolson) who began following each other a year and a half ago at the suggestion of a mutual photographer friend. After trading likes on photos, meeting for coffee, and finally joining up for a photowalk, a mutual interest in photography turned into dating. To this day, they still go on photography adventures and explore the world together with Instagram in tow.

And there are inspiring stories of small businesses and artisans. Mission Bicycle (@missionbicycle), a small, independent manufacturer in San Francisco, has amassed nearly 50,000 followers as they share the photos from their daily work of making beautiful bicycles by hand. Similarly, Sightglass Coffee (@sightglass) shares photos from their harvesting grounds in El Salvador and Ethiopia to remind us that even a local business has global connections.

Images have the ability to connect people from all backgrounds, languages and cultures. They connect us to aid workers halfway across the world in Sudan, to entrepreneurs in San Francisco and even to events in our own backyards. Instagram, as a tool to inspire and connect, is only as powerful as the community it is made of. For this reason, we feel extremely lucky to have the chance to build this with all of you. So from our team to the hundred million people who call Instagram home, we say thank you. Thank you for sharing your world and inspiring us all to do the same.

Kevin Systrom

Co-founder, Instagram

8 allerliefste Instagram foto’s

Nog 10 dagen dan is het op de kop af Valentijnsdag. Voor sommigen onder ons het moment om elkaar de liefde te verklaren, voor anderen een onnodig commercieel festijn. Any way, wij worden altijd een tikkeltje sentimenteel rond deze tijd en vonden 8 allerliefste Instagram foto’s. Wat is jouw favoriet? 

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