Turning social media clichés into art

Turning social media clichés into art

Charlotte Stoel

Charlotte Stoel

Often you catch yourself watching short, inane videos for quite a while before you’re hit with the realisation that you’ve wasted boat loads of time and got nothing out of it. Well, this video is definitely not one of those – it’s worth your 2 minutes 12 seconds – trust me.

Creator Oliver KMIA has created something really quite beautiful out of cliché tourist Instagram travel pictures. Beautifully put together, you truly take a trip around the world in 132 seconds. It does make you rethink those Instagram posts you believe are unique.

Enjoy!

Instravel - A Photogenic Mass Tourism Experience from Oliver KMIA on Vimeo.

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