Instagram debuted a massive design change and people’s reactions varied from overly happy to… going-nuts-because-it’s-ruining-the-colour-coordinated-phone-screen. We can’t blame them; Instagram has introduced the biggest brand change to date – bigger than when it was acquired by Facebook.
Regardless of opinions though, this rebranding gave the opportunity to enthusiasts to get creative with the logo, and to present the community with their own versions and interpretations of the design overhaul.
— CrAzYWORLD (@__CrazyWoRlD__) May 12, 2016
Some of them are very inspiring. In order to see them, all you have to do is follow the hashtag #myinstagramlogo and see how artists and everyday users absorbed the changes, and created their work of art based on the new logo.
#myinstagramlogo was born in Paulo del Valle’s over 3 years ago. It is a collection of artwork that shows creators remixes of Instagram‘s icon in wild creative ways. With over 5000 posts and contributions to date, it is a great opportunity for everyone who wants to channel their imagination, to create their own work of art, based on an icon that has a legendary status among photography enthusiasts.
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Featured image courtesy of @deliciousmartha.
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