Everyone’s favourite photo-sharing social app InstaGram has taken its first step out of the digital world thanks to the creative team at Mint Digital. The project began as an experiment by Kejia Zhu to create physical objects from the web. This path has led Zhu and his team to develop StickyGram.
StickyGram allows you to transform Instagram photos taken on your phone into magnets. The process is so simple it needs to be applauded. Once you have logged into your InstaGram account on the StickyGram website, you are directed to a page that will load all of your InstaGram photos into neat, easy to view columns. It’s as simple as dragging and dropping your desired photos from there.
You order in sets of nine, and it costs $15.00, which you can pay very easily via Paypal. They ship worldwide out of the UK and it takes 7 – 14 days to arrive in Australia. The magnets are 50mm x 50mm, which is pretty much the size you would view the photos on an iPhone.
InstaGram is fast becoming one of the big players in the social networking world with over 40million users across ios and Android.