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- Featured photo by @viajante_carioca Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPcommunity The goal this weekend is to make photos and videos that celebrate togetherness, positivity and treating others with kindness. Our project takes inspiration from the Kering Foundation’s annual White Ribbon For Women campaign, which raises awareness of violence against women each November. Here are some tips to get inspired: Focus on your local community. Create images that show how your peers are standing up for one another and coming together. Document kind interactions that show compassion like providing a shoulder for someone to lean on, or a group hug. Find ways to express positivity. Whether it’s capturing small acts of kindness, like a big smile between two friends, or seeking out props that symbolize peace, like the campaign’s white ribbon. Also consider other emblems that illustrate a sense of tranquility within your image or video. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPcommunity hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPcommunity hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPcommunity hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
- Featured photo by @viajante_carioca Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPcommunity The goal this weekend is to make photos and videos that celebrate togetherness, positivity and treating others with kindness. Our project takes inspiration from the Kering Foundation’s annual White Ribbon For Women campaign, which raises awareness of violence against women each November. Here are some tips to get inspired: Focus on your local community. Create images that show how your peers are standing up for one another and coming together. Document kind interactions that show compassion like providing a shoulder for someone to lean on, or a group hug. Find ways to express positivity. Whether it’s capturing small acts of kindness, like a big smile between two friends, or seeking out props that symbolize peace, like the campaign’s white ribbon. Also consider other emblems that illustrate a sense of tranquility within your image or video. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPcommunity hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPcommunity hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPcommunity hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
- Featured photo by @viajante_carioca Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPcommunity The goal this weekend is to make photos and videos that celebrate togetherness, positivity and treating others with kindness. Our project takes inspiration from the Kering Foundation’s annual White Ribbon For Women campaign, which raises awareness of violence against women each November. Here are some tips to get inspired: Focus on your local community. Create images that show how your peers are standing up for one another and coming together. Document kind interactions that show compassion like providing a shoulder for someone to lean on, or a group hug. Find ways to express positivity. Whether it’s capturing small acts of kindness, like a big smile between two friends, or seeking out props that symbolize peace, like the campaign’s white ribbon. Also consider other emblems that illustrate a sense of tranquility within your image or video. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPcommunity hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPcommunity hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPcommunity hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
- Video by @stellamaxpig Hello, world! Meet this little piggy named Stella (@stellamaxpig), an 18-month-old potbellied pig from Boston. Litter box-trained Stella loves to cuddle, sleep, eat and lounge in front of the fire, says her human Claudia. “Lots of people ask, ‘Are pigs like a cat or dog?’ The truth is, they have some doglike and catlike tendencies, but they are more like a child,” says Claudia, who says caring for a pig takes more time and energy than most people expect. “Pigs are stubborn but very smart, and it takes patience to develop that special bond. But they have so much love to give in return.” #WeeklyFluff 🐷
- Video by @stellamaxpig Hello, world! Meet this little piggy named Stella (@stellamaxpig), an 18-month-old potbellied pig from Boston. Litter box-trained Stella loves to cuddle, sleep, eat and lounge in front of the fire, says her human Claudia. “Lots of people ask, ‘Are pigs like a cat or dog?’ The truth is, they have some doglike and catlike tendencies, but they are more like a child,” says Claudia, who says caring for a pig takes more time and energy than most people expect. “Pigs are stubborn but very smart, and it takes patience to develop that special bond. But they have so much love to give in return.” #WeeklyFluff 🐷
- Video by @stellamaxpig Hello, world! Meet this little piggy named Stella (@stellamaxpig), an 18-month-old potbellied pig from Boston. Litter box-trained Stella loves to cuddle, sleep, eat and lounge in front of the fire, says her human Claudia. “Lots of people ask, ‘Are pigs like a cat or dog?’ The truth is, they have some doglike and catlike tendencies, but they are more like a child,” says Claudia, who says caring for a pig takes more time and energy than most people expect. “Pigs are stubborn but very smart, and it takes patience to develop that special bond. But they have so much love to give in return.” #WeeklyFluff 🐷
- Photo by @jlrainey “The first snowfall of the year for Michigan happened on the day Instagram announced its weekend hashtag,” says Jessica Rainey (@jlrainey), who is a stay-at-home mom and photographer who lives in Detroit. “Winter is a favorite of mine, especially those early snowfalls. I wanted to capture those first glimpses of my daughter and give the photo as much wonder as I could.” Follow along for more of our favorite submissions to last weekend’s hashtag project, #WHPseasonal.
- Photo by @jlrainey “The first snowfall of the year for Michigan happened on the day Instagram announced its weekend hashtag,” says Jessica Rainey (@jlrainey), who is a stay-at-home mom and photographer who lives in Detroit. “Winter is a favorite of mine, especially those early snowfalls. I wanted to capture those first glimpses of my daughter and give the photo as much wonder as I could.” Follow along for more of our favorite submissions to last weekend’s hashtag project, #WHPseasonal.
- Photo by @jlrainey “The first snowfall of the year for Michigan happened on the day Instagram announced its weekend hashtag,” says Jessica Rainey (@jlrainey), who is a stay-at-home mom and photographer who lives in Detroit. “Winter is a favorite of mine, especially those early snowfalls. I wanted to capture those first glimpses of my daughter and give the photo as much wonder as I could.” Follow along for more of our favorite submissions to last weekend’s hashtag project, #WHPseasonal.
- Illustration by @sublinhando Today, we’re celebrating #WorldKindnessDay with São Paulo-based illustrator Patricia Leda (@sublinhando). “World Kindness Day is a special day to remind us that we are not alone, that we are loved by our friends and our family,” she explains. “It’s an opportunity to say something special to the people we like. It’s like a little reminder that we need to practice this every day.” Head to our story to see the templates Patricia created for today’s holiday ❤️, then spread some kindness with the people in your 🌎.
- Illustration by @sublinhando Today, we’re celebrating #WorldKindnessDay with São Paulo-based illustrator Patricia Leda (@sublinhando). “World Kindness Day is a special day to remind us that we are not alone, that we are loved by our friends and our family,” she explains. “It’s an opportunity to say something special to the people we like. It’s like a little reminder that we need to practice this every day.” Head to our story to see the templates Patricia created for today’s holiday ❤️, then spread some kindness with the people in your 🌎.
- Illustration by @sublinhando Today, we’re celebrating #WorldKindnessDay with São Paulo-based illustrator Patricia Leda (@sublinhando). “World Kindness Day is a special day to remind us that we are not alone, that we are loved by our friends and our family,” she explains. “It’s an opportunity to say something special to the people we like. It’s like a little reminder that we need to practice this every day.” Head to our story to see the templates Patricia created for today’s holiday ❤️, then spread some kindness with the people in your 🌎.
- Video by @theflippistflipbooks “I’ve somehow plopped into a moment in time where this bonkers childhood dream job is somehow my reality,” says “flipbook-maker guy” and artist Ben Zurawski (@theflippistflipbooks), who lives in Chicago. Growing up, Ben’s father frequented garage sales and thrift stores, often bringing home unique items. One of those treasures was a flipbook. “I was mesmerized getting to watch a cartoon without a TV that I was powering with my own thumb. It instantly sparked in me a love of the magic of flipbooks,” says Ben. “Each one is like its own little puzzle. I love figuring out the idea, the design, the timing. Getting to just sit and draw and color all day is literally all I’ve ever wanted to do and getting to share it with others is such a sweet bonus.” See more of Ben's work on today’s story.
- Video by @theflippistflipbooks “I’ve somehow plopped into a moment in time where this bonkers childhood dream job is somehow my reality,” says “flipbook-maker guy” and artist Ben Zurawski (@theflippistflipbooks), who lives in Chicago. Growing up, Ben’s father frequented garage sales and thrift stores, often bringing home unique items. One of those treasures was a flipbook. “I was mesmerized getting to watch a cartoon without a TV that I was powering with my own thumb. It instantly sparked in me a love of the magic of flipbooks,” says Ben. “Each one is like its own little puzzle. I love figuring out the idea, the design, the timing. Getting to just sit and draw and color all day is literally all I’ve ever wanted to do and getting to share it with others is such a sweet bonus.” See more of Ben's work on today’s story.
- Video by @theflippistflipbooks “I’ve somehow plopped into a moment in time where this bonkers childhood dream job is somehow my reality,” says “flipbook-maker guy” and artist Ben Zurawski (@theflippistflipbooks), who lives in Chicago. Growing up, Ben’s father frequented garage sales and thrift stores, often bringing home unique items. One of those treasures was a flipbook. “I was mesmerized getting to watch a cartoon without a TV that I was powering with my own thumb. It instantly sparked in me a love of the magic of flipbooks,” says Ben. “Each one is like its own little puzzle. I love figuring out the idea, the design, the timing. Getting to just sit and draw and color all day is literally all I’ve ever wanted to do and getting to share it with others is such a sweet bonus.” See more of Ben's work on today’s story.
- Photo by @leefromamerica Meet Los Angeles-based wellness enthusiast Lee Tilghman (@leefromamerica). Twenty-eight-year-old Lee is a self-proclaimed blogger, writer, photographer, workshop teacher, speaker and, yes, even human. “I was first introduced to the wellness space because of my struggle with an eating disorder between the ages of 16 and 18,” explains Lee. “At 18, I started to learn what it felt like and what it looked like to treat my body with respect. That spurred a whole journey — I’m still on it now — of discovering and researching and really just playing along with different lifestyles and different ways of thinking and activities that made me feel my best... I know how to put my needs first, which is something that I didn’t necessarily know how to do before. And I feel confident and sure enough in myself to make those decisions and choices so that I can operate at the best possible version of myself.” Learn more about Lee’s self-care practice today on our story.
- Photo by @leefromamerica Meet Los Angeles-based wellness enthusiast Lee Tilghman (@leefromamerica). Twenty-eight-year-old Lee is a self-proclaimed blogger, writer, photographer, workshop teacher, speaker and, yes, even human. “I was first introduced to the wellness space because of my struggle with an eating disorder between the ages of 16 and 18,” explains Lee. “At 18, I started to learn what it felt like and what it looked like to treat my body with respect. That spurred a whole journey — I’m still on it now — of discovering and researching and really just playing along with different lifestyles and different ways of thinking and activities that made me feel my best... I know how to put my needs first, which is something that I didn’t necessarily know how to do before. And I feel confident and sure enough in myself to make those decisions and choices so that I can operate at the best possible version of myself.” Learn more about Lee’s self-care practice today on our story.
- Photo by @leefromamerica Meet Los Angeles-based wellness enthusiast Lee Tilghman (@leefromamerica). Twenty-eight-year-old Lee is a self-proclaimed blogger, writer, photographer, workshop teacher, speaker and, yes, even human. “I was first introduced to the wellness space because of my struggle with an eating disorder between the ages of 16 and 18,” explains Lee. “At 18, I started to learn what it felt like and what it looked like to treat my body with respect. That spurred a whole journey — I’m still on it now — of discovering and researching and really just playing along with different lifestyles and different ways of thinking and activities that made me feel my best... I know how to put my needs first, which is something that I didn’t necessarily know how to do before. And I feel confident and sure enough in myself to make those decisions and choices so that I can operate at the best possible version of myself.” Learn more about Lee’s self-care practice today on our story.
- Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPseasonal Come rain or shine, this weekend’s challenge is to make images and videos that capture the spirit of the season in your region of the world, as in this featured photo illustration from Sandra (@salufi). Here are some tips to get started: Focus on details that represent the season. For example, a single red leaf can represent fall, a strong shadow cast by the sun can feel like summer, or a crowded passageway full of open umbrellas can indicate the rainy season. Play with seasonal activities. Get outside for apple picking, hiking or swimming, or if it’s very chilly where you live, stay inside and bundle up with your crew. Let your palette set the mood. Whether it’s the changing hues of foliage in autumn, the snow-tipped mountain peaks in winter or a beachy summer day, capture the colors of the season in your photo or video. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPseasonal hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPseasonal hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPseasonal hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
- Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPseasonal Come rain or shine, this weekend’s challenge is to make images and videos that capture the spirit of the season in your region of the world, as in this featured photo illustration from Sandra (@salufi). Here are some tips to get started: Focus on details that represent the season. For example, a single red leaf can represent fall, a strong shadow cast by the sun can feel like summer, or a crowded passageway full of open umbrellas can indicate the rainy season. Play with seasonal activities. Get outside for apple picking, hiking or swimming, or if it’s very chilly where you live, stay inside and bundle up with your crew. Let your palette set the mood. Whether it’s the changing hues of foliage in autumn, the snow-tipped mountain peaks in winter or a beachy summer day, capture the colors of the season in your photo or video. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPseasonal hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPseasonal hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPseasonal hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
- Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPseasonal Come rain or shine, this weekend’s challenge is to make images and videos that capture the spirit of the season in your region of the world, as in this featured photo illustration from Sandra (@salufi). Here are some tips to get started: Focus on details that represent the season. For example, a single red leaf can represent fall, a strong shadow cast by the sun can feel like summer, or a crowded passageway full of open umbrellas can indicate the rainy season. Play with seasonal activities. Get outside for apple picking, hiking or swimming, or if it’s very chilly where you live, stay inside and bundle up with your crew. Let your palette set the mood. Whether it’s the changing hues of foliage in autumn, the snow-tipped mountain peaks in winter or a beachy summer day, capture the colors of the season in your photo or video. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPseasonal hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPseasonal hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPseasonal hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
- Photo by @vineet_vohra Vineet Vohra (@vineet_vohra) tried his hand at wildlife and fashion photography early in his career. But it wasn’t long before he was drawn to “the uncertainty and surprise” of street photography. “The temporary connections I make in the street are more intense than what I found shooting wildlife,” says the photography teacher from New Delhi. “For me, photography is not about sight. It’s about insight. My pictures are a dialogue, where I’m having a conversation with my audience, and with myself.” A festival like #Diwali, the annual Hindu festival of lights, allows Vineet a deeper-than-usual dive into his culture. “I’m not very religious,” he says, “but I am very spiritual. And as a photographer, anything having to do with light has huge significance in my life.” So Diwali, especially, resonates with him. “You breathe for a while,” he says. “You think about the past year and moving into the next. There’s always negative energy around, even in good times, but the light during Diwali just washes it away. The light cleanses the soul.” Check out today’s story to see what Diwali was like for Vineet. 📸
- Photo by @vineet_vohra Vineet Vohra (@vineet_vohra) tried his hand at wildlife and fashion photography early in his career. But it wasn’t long before he was drawn to “the uncertainty and surprise” of street photography. “The temporary connections I make in the street are more intense than what I found shooting wildlife,” says the photography teacher from New Delhi. “For me, photography is not about sight. It’s about insight. My pictures are a dialogue, where I’m having a conversation with my audience, and with myself.” A festival like #Diwali, the annual Hindu festival of lights, allows Vineet a deeper-than-usual dive into his culture. “I’m not very religious,” he says, “but I am very spiritual. And as a photographer, anything having to do with light has huge significance in my life.” So Diwali, especially, resonates with him. “You breathe for a while,” he says. “You think about the past year and moving into the next. There’s always negative energy around, even in good times, but the light during Diwali just washes it away. The light cleanses the soul.” Check out today’s story to see what Diwali was like for Vineet. 📸
- Photo by @vineet_vohra Vineet Vohra (@vineet_vohra) tried his hand at wildlife and fashion photography early in his career. But it wasn’t long before he was drawn to “the uncertainty and surprise” of street photography. “The temporary connections I make in the street are more intense than what I found shooting wildlife,” says the photography teacher from New Delhi. “For me, photography is not about sight. It’s about insight. My pictures are a dialogue, where I’m having a conversation with my audience, and with myself.” A festival like #Diwali, the annual Hindu festival of lights, allows Vineet a deeper-than-usual dive into his culture. “I’m not very religious,” he says, “but I am very spiritual. And as a photographer, anything having to do with light has huge significance in my life.” So Diwali, especially, resonates with him. “You breathe for a while,” he says. “You think about the past year and moving into the next. There’s always negative energy around, even in good times, but the light during Diwali just washes it away. The light cleanses the soul.” Check out today’s story to see what Diwali was like for Vineet. 📸
- Photo by @maymothedog Hello, world! It's time for a special #Halloween edition of #WeeklyFluff starring Maymo (@maymothedog). “Maymo lives in Massachusetts in a neighborhood next to a small pond and a trail where he enjoys eating sticks and the occasional roll in putrid things he finds in the grass,” explains Maymo's human, Jeremy. “Maymo enjoys planning the capture and eventual imprisonment of our mail carrier, as well as lobbying the government to put an end to bath time. He also enjoys smelling, staring at and eating food.” This beagle also loves costumes and Halloween. “Because of his proficiency in doggie disguises, Maymo is working on a tell-all memoir documenting his methods of canine costumery,” says Jeremy. Watch today’s story and our IGTV channel to see more costumed looks from Maymo.
- Photo by @maymothedog Hello, world! It's time for a special #Halloween edition of #WeeklyFluff starring Maymo (@maymothedog). “Maymo lives in Massachusetts in a neighborhood next to a small pond and a trail where he enjoys eating sticks and the occasional roll in putrid things he finds in the grass,” explains Maymo's human, Jeremy. “Maymo enjoys planning the capture and eventual imprisonment of our mail carrier, as well as lobbying the government to put an end to bath time. He also enjoys smelling, staring at and eating food.” This beagle also loves costumes and Halloween. “Because of his proficiency in doggie disguises, Maymo is working on a tell-all memoir documenting his methods of canine costumery,” says Jeremy. Watch today’s story and our IGTV channel to see more costumed looks from Maymo.
- Photo by @maymothedog Hello, world! It's time for a special #Halloween edition of #WeeklyFluff starring Maymo (@maymothedog). “Maymo lives in Massachusetts in a neighborhood next to a small pond and a trail where he enjoys eating sticks and the occasional roll in putrid things he finds in the grass,” explains Maymo's human, Jeremy. “Maymo enjoys planning the capture and eventual imprisonment of our mail carrier, as well as lobbying the government to put an end to bath time. He also enjoys smelling, staring at and eating food.” This beagle also loves costumes and Halloween. “Because of his proficiency in doggie disguises, Maymo is working on a tell-all memoir documenting his methods of canine costumery,” says Jeremy. Watch today’s story and our IGTV channel to see more costumed looks from Maymo.
- Photo by @samanthachiu Samantha Chiu (@samanthachiu) didn't grow up in a family of bakers. But when she began experimenting four years ago, she knew she’d found more than a hobby. “Baking has been, and will always be, a creative outlet for me,” says the 27-year-old software marketer who lives in Toronto, Canada. Baking cookies and cakes in animal shapes allows Samantha's imagination to roam — while keeping her ideas manageable. “Constraints breed creativity,” she says of her cute, minimalist designs. “I find it easier to challenge myself by setting boundaries.” Ultimately, Samantha shares her creations with a simple goal in mind. “I just want to brighten someone’s day. If I’m able to make one person smile, then I feel like I’ve accomplished something.” Watch Samantha design and bake Halloween-themed creatures today on our story.
- Photo by @samanthachiu Samantha Chiu (@samanthachiu) didn't grow up in a family of bakers. But when she began experimenting four years ago, she knew she’d found more than a hobby. “Baking has been, and will always be, a creative outlet for me,” says the 27-year-old software marketer who lives in Toronto, Canada. Baking cookies and cakes in animal shapes allows Samantha's imagination to roam — while keeping her ideas manageable. “Constraints breed creativity,” she says of her cute, minimalist designs. “I find it easier to challenge myself by setting boundaries.” Ultimately, Samantha shares her creations with a simple goal in mind. “I just want to brighten someone’s day. If I’m able to make one person smile, then I feel like I’ve accomplished something.” Watch Samantha design and bake Halloween-themed creatures today on our story.
- Photo by @samanthachiu Samantha Chiu (@samanthachiu) didn't grow up in a family of bakers. But when she began experimenting four years ago, she knew she’d found more than a hobby. “Baking has been, and will always be, a creative outlet for me,” says the 27-year-old software marketer who lives in Toronto, Canada. Baking cookies and cakes in animal shapes allows Samantha's imagination to roam — while keeping her ideas manageable. “Constraints breed creativity,” she says of her cute, minimalist designs. “I find it easier to challenge myself by setting boundaries.” Ultimately, Samantha shares her creations with a simple goal in mind. “I just want to brighten someone’s day. If I’m able to make one person smile, then I feel like I’ve accomplished something.” Watch Samantha design and bake Halloween-themed creatures today on our story.
- Photo by @makeup_by_rups She's a tax advisor by day, but in her free time, Rupinder Ashan (@makeup_by_rups) uses body paint and makeup to transform into ghouls, demigods and figures from ancient myth. Spending up to seven hours on her simplest looks — and twice that on more intricate efforts — Rupinder immerses herself so fully in the work that she calls it “the ultimate form of meditation.” The self-taught makeup artist also discovered an unexpected benefit to her art: a deeper appreciation of her own culture. “It wasn’t until I started body painting that I rediscovered my roots. I really wasn't interested in my Indian heritage. Now, it's a big part of the conversation I want to put across. The deeper I dig, the more I find, and the richer it becomes.” Watch Rupinder create a Halloween look today on story and new to our IGTV channel.
- Photo by @makeup_by_rups She's a tax advisor by day, but in her free time, Rupinder Ashan (@makeup_by_rups) uses body paint and makeup to transform into ghouls, demigods and figures from ancient myth. Spending up to seven hours on her simplest looks — and twice that on more intricate efforts — Rupinder immerses herself so fully in the work that she calls it “the ultimate form of meditation.” The self-taught makeup artist also discovered an unexpected benefit to her art: a deeper appreciation of her own culture. “It wasn’t until I started body painting that I rediscovered my roots. I really wasn't interested in my Indian heritage. Now, it's a big part of the conversation I want to put across. The deeper I dig, the more I find, and the richer it becomes.” Watch Rupinder create a Halloween look today on story and new to our IGTV channel.
- Photo by @makeup_by_rups She's a tax advisor by day, but in her free time, Rupinder Ashan (@makeup_by_rups) uses body paint and makeup to transform into ghouls, demigods and figures from ancient myth. Spending up to seven hours on her simplest looks — and twice that on more intricate efforts — Rupinder immerses herself so fully in the work that she calls it “the ultimate form of meditation.” The self-taught makeup artist also discovered an unexpected benefit to her art: a deeper appreciation of her own culture. “It wasn’t until I started body painting that I rediscovered my roots. I really wasn't interested in my Indian heritage. Now, it's a big part of the conversation I want to put across. The deeper I dig, the more I find, and the richer it becomes.” Watch Rupinder create a Halloween look today on story and new to our IGTV channel.
- Photo by @birduyen “My work has a very warm and calm atmosphere,” says Theresa “T” Le (@birduyen), “like when the sunlight is on your face in the morning, while the birds are softly chirping. I say that because I wouldn’t describe my art as striking or dynamic. Rather, I aim to create a peaceful and soft feeling.” A recent university graduate with a degree in statistics, T is taking part in #Inktober, an annual drawing challenge where artists all over the world create one ink each day of October. “It’s so inspiring to see all the different techniques and art styles that are showcased,” she explains. “I really wanted to be a part of that community, so I’m trying my best to be consistent, but also experimenting and having fun with my art during this spooky time of the year.” Check out today's story to see more of T's spooky and soothing art.
- Photo by @birduyen “My work has a very warm and calm atmosphere,” says Theresa “T” Le (@birduyen), “like when the sunlight is on your face in the morning, while the birds are softly chirping. I say that because I wouldn’t describe my art as striking or dynamic. Rather, I aim to create a peaceful and soft feeling.” A recent university graduate with a degree in statistics, T is taking part in #Inktober, an annual drawing challenge where artists all over the world create one ink each day of October. “It’s so inspiring to see all the different techniques and art styles that are showcased,” she explains. “I really wanted to be a part of that community, so I’m trying my best to be consistent, but also experimenting and having fun with my art during this spooky time of the year.” Check out today's story to see more of T's spooky and soothing art.
- Photo by @birduyen “My work has a very warm and calm atmosphere,” says Theresa “T” Le (@birduyen), “like when the sunlight is on your face in the morning, while the birds are softly chirping. I say that because I wouldn’t describe my art as striking or dynamic. Rather, I aim to create a peaceful and soft feeling.” A recent university graduate with a degree in statistics, T is taking part in #Inktober, an annual drawing challenge where artists all over the world create one ink each day of October. “It’s so inspiring to see all the different techniques and art styles that are showcased,” she explains. “I really wanted to be a part of that community, so I’m trying my best to be consistent, but also experimenting and having fun with my art during this spooky time of the year.” Check out today's story to see more of T's spooky and soothing art.
- Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPdressup As many places around the world prepare to celebrate Halloween, it's time to tap into your imagination, and bring your dreams to life with videos and images, like this photo from Melissa Semião (@theewhitewitch). Here are some tips to get started: Dream up a new character. You can transform into a fantastical creature, a beautiful apparition or even an optical illusion — there are no limits. Rely on props. A sheet can transform your little brother into a ghost, a broom can make your best friend a witch, or a classic toothy jack-o'-lantern can set a spooky mood. Create a scene. Think about locations like a foggy forest or a dark room with dramatic lighting to add the desired atmosphere to your submission. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPdressup hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPdressup hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPdressup hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
- Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPdressup As many places around the world prepare to celebrate Halloween, it's time to tap into your imagination, and bring your dreams to life with videos and images, like this photo from Melissa Semião (@theewhitewitch). Here are some tips to get started: Dream up a new character. You can transform into a fantastical creature, a beautiful apparition or even an optical illusion — there are no limits. Rely on props. A sheet can transform your little brother into a ghost, a broom can make your best friend a witch, or a classic toothy jack-o'-lantern can set a spooky mood. Create a scene. Think about locations like a foggy forest or a dark room with dramatic lighting to add the desired atmosphere to your submission. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPdressup hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPdressup hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPdressup hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
- Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPdressup As many places around the world prepare to celebrate Halloween, it's time to tap into your imagination, and bring your dreams to life with videos and images, like this photo from Melissa Semião (@theewhitewitch). Here are some tips to get started: Dream up a new character. You can transform into a fantastical creature, a beautiful apparition or even an optical illusion — there are no limits. Rely on props. A sheet can transform your little brother into a ghost, a broom can make your best friend a witch, or a classic toothy jack-o'-lantern can set a spooky mood. Create a scene. Think about locations like a foggy forest or a dark room with dramatic lighting to add the desired atmosphere to your submission. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPdressup hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPdressup hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPdressup hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
- Photo by @luna_thelurcher Hello, world! Meet Luna (@luna_thelurcher), a two-year-old pup that loves chasing birds and squirrels at home in Kent, England. “A couple of things about Luna,” starts Luna's human Chris, “She's really empathetic. If a person is crying, Luna will try to lick them better! It usually works. We think she could be a good therapy dog. Also, she talks a lot. If we've been out too long, she will tell us off with her best impression of Chewbacca.”
- Photo by @luna_thelurcher Hello, world! Meet Luna (@luna_thelurcher), a two-year-old pup that loves chasing birds and squirrels at home in Kent, England. “A couple of things about Luna,” starts Luna's human Chris, “She's really empathetic. If a person is crying, Luna will try to lick them better! It usually works. We think she could be a good therapy dog. Also, she talks a lot. If we've been out too long, she will tell us off with her best impression of Chewbacca.”
- Photo by @luna_thelurcher Hello, world! Meet Luna (@luna_thelurcher), a two-year-old pup that loves chasing birds and squirrels at home in Kent, England. “A couple of things about Luna,” starts Luna's human Chris, “She's really empathetic. If a person is crying, Luna will try to lick them better! It usually works. We think she could be a good therapy dog. Also, she talks a lot. If we've been out too long, she will tell us off with her best impression of Chewbacca.”
- “I guess I was born to do this!” says Berlin-based DJ and producer Peggy Gou (@peggygou_), who is originally from South Korea. While studying fashion in London, Peggy fell in love with house music. “I used to listen to a lot of K-pop. I listened to EDM. I listened to hip-hop. But moving to London, it got me into the house and techno scene.” Today, Peggy travels the world, creating music and connecting with fans. “This is my second time at Amsterdam Dance Event (@amsterdamdanceevent). But I've played in Amsterdam quite a lot, and it's also one of my favorite cities to play. I love the crowd.” Check out today's story and our IGTV channel to learn more about Peggy. ⚡️
- “I guess I was born to do this!” says Berlin-based DJ and producer Peggy Gou (@peggygou_), who is originally from South Korea. While studying fashion in London, Peggy fell in love with house music. “I used to listen to a lot of K-pop. I listened to EDM. I listened to hip-hop. But moving to London, it got me into the house and techno scene.” Today, Peggy travels the world, creating music and connecting with fans. “This is my second time at Amsterdam Dance Event (@amsterdamdanceevent). But I've played in Amsterdam quite a lot, and it's also one of my favorite cities to play. I love the crowd.” Check out today's story and our IGTV channel to learn more about Peggy. ⚡️
- “I guess I was born to do this!” says Berlin-based DJ and producer Peggy Gou (@peggygou_), who is originally from South Korea. While studying fashion in London, Peggy fell in love with house music. “I used to listen to a lot of K-pop. I listened to EDM. I listened to hip-hop. But moving to London, it got me into the house and techno scene.” Today, Peggy travels the world, creating music and connecting with fans. “This is my second time at Amsterdam Dance Event (@amsterdamdanceevent). But I've played in Amsterdam quite a lot, and it's also one of my favorite cities to play. I love the crowd.” Check out today's story and our IGTV channel to learn more about Peggy. ⚡️
- Photo by @tahiafarhin “I am a feminist, and I want to help for equality for all genders. I want to show that through my work,” says Tahia Farhin Haque (@tahiafarhin), one of the photographers who took part in “This is 18,” a project from The New York Times (@nytgender). “‘This is 18’ is about showing what girls go through all over the world when they turn 18 — being 18 is a crucial stage for all of us,” says 22-year-old Tahia, who studies biochemistry and biotechnology in Dhaka, Bangladesh. “I hope to give voice to the issues that are unheard and unseen in the world. I would like to make people question their perceptions and the paradigms. I work towards a goal to shatter traditional stereotypes about women in order to bring their unique perspectives to the forefront.” Watch today’s story to see more from Tahia.
- Photo by @tahiafarhin “I am a feminist, and I want to help for equality for all genders. I want to show that through my work,” says Tahia Farhin Haque (@tahiafarhin), one of the photographers who took part in “This is 18,” a project from The New York Times (@nytgender). “‘This is 18’ is about showing what girls go through all over the world when they turn 18 — being 18 is a crucial stage for all of us,” says 22-year-old Tahia, who studies biochemistry and biotechnology in Dhaka, Bangladesh. “I hope to give voice to the issues that are unheard and unseen in the world. I would like to make people question their perceptions and the paradigms. I work towards a goal to shatter traditional stereotypes about women in order to bring their unique perspectives to the forefront.” Watch today’s story to see more from Tahia.
- Photo by @tahiafarhin “I am a feminist, and I want to help for equality for all genders. I want to show that through my work,” says Tahia Farhin Haque (@tahiafarhin), one of the photographers who took part in “This is 18,” a project from The New York Times (@nytgender). “‘This is 18’ is about showing what girls go through all over the world when they turn 18 — being 18 is a crucial stage for all of us,” says 22-year-old Tahia, who studies biochemistry and biotechnology in Dhaka, Bangladesh. “I hope to give voice to the issues that are unheard and unseen in the world. I would like to make people question their perceptions and the paradigms. I work towards a goal to shatter traditional stereotypes about women in order to bring their unique perspectives to the forefront.” Watch today’s story to see more from Tahia.
- Featured photo by @lennart #Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPmirrorimage This weekend, the goal is to take photos and make videos that play with reflections and mirror the world around us, as in this image from Lennart Pagel (@lennart). Look for reflections at different scales. Whether it’s a mountain peak reflected in the still waters of an epic landscape or a silhouette standing tall in a cafe window, mirror images can be seen and photographed in lots of different places. Keep your eyes peeled. Think about the light and mood. A sun-drenched landscape captured in a rearview mirror fuels a very different feeling than a still portrait framed by a vintage full-length mirror. Play with perspective. Bring mirrors into nature to explore optical illusions or capture a warped or distorted image, or use multiple mirrors and reflections to create your own “hall of mirrors,” a kaleidoscopic image with an infinity reflection. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPmirrorimage hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPmirrorimage hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPmirrorimage hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
- Featured photo by @lennart #Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPmirrorimage This weekend, the goal is to take photos and make videos that play with reflections and mirror the world around us, as in this image from Lennart Pagel (@lennart). Look for reflections at different scales. Whether it’s a mountain peak reflected in the still waters of an epic landscape or a silhouette standing tall in a cafe window, mirror images can be seen and photographed in lots of different places. Keep your eyes peeled. Think about the light and mood. A sun-drenched landscape captured in a rearview mirror fuels a very different feeling than a still portrait framed by a vintage full-length mirror. Play with perspective. Bring mirrors into nature to explore optical illusions or capture a warped or distorted image, or use multiple mirrors and reflections to create your own “hall of mirrors,” a kaleidoscopic image with an infinity reflection. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPmirrorimage hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPmirrorimage hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPmirrorimage hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
- Featured photo by @lennart #Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPmirrorimage This weekend, the goal is to take photos and make videos that play with reflections and mirror the world around us, as in this image from Lennart Pagel (@lennart). Look for reflections at different scales. Whether it’s a mountain peak reflected in the still waters of an epic landscape or a silhouette standing tall in a cafe window, mirror images can be seen and photographed in lots of different places. Keep your eyes peeled. Think about the light and mood. A sun-drenched landscape captured in a rearview mirror fuels a very different feeling than a still portrait framed by a vintage full-length mirror. Play with perspective. Bring mirrors into nature to explore optical illusions or capture a warped or distorted image, or use multiple mirrors and reflections to create your own “hall of mirrors,” a kaleidoscopic image with an infinity reflection. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPmirrorimage hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPmirrorimage hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPmirrorimage hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.
- Video by @hisuzanne Whimsy. Emotive. Evolving. These are some of the words artist Suzanne Saroff (@hisuzanne) uses to describe her art. “My photos are about playful exploration and finding new perspectives. I like to find new ways of interpreting our reality,” says the 25-year-old Missoula, Montana, native who lives and works in NYC. “I love working with flowers — they are beautifully complex but simultaneously simple. I love using them in my work as expressions, to subtly and abstractly communicate emotion that transcends the photo.” For Suzanne, her artistic process is personal. “It’s all about harnessing inspiration from life. I love to hold on to an idea or a feeling in time and bring it into the studio.” Check out today’s story to see Suzanne find new perspectives.
- Video by @hisuzanne Whimsy. Emotive. Evolving. These are some of the words artist Suzanne Saroff (@hisuzanne) uses to describe her art. “My photos are about playful exploration and finding new perspectives. I like to find new ways of interpreting our reality,” says the 25-year-old Missoula, Montana, native who lives and works in NYC. “I love working with flowers — they are beautifully complex but simultaneously simple. I love using them in my work as expressions, to subtly and abstractly communicate emotion that transcends the photo.” For Suzanne, her artistic process is personal. “It’s all about harnessing inspiration from life. I love to hold on to an idea or a feeling in time and bring it into the studio.” Check out today’s story to see Suzanne find new perspectives.
- Video by @hisuzanne Whimsy. Emotive. Evolving. These are some of the words artist Suzanne Saroff (@hisuzanne) uses to describe her art. “My photos are about playful exploration and finding new perspectives. I like to find new ways of interpreting our reality,” says the 25-year-old Missoula, Montana, native who lives and works in NYC. “I love working with flowers — they are beautifully complex but simultaneously simple. I love using them in my work as expressions, to subtly and abstractly communicate emotion that transcends the photo.” For Suzanne, her artistic process is personal. “It’s all about harnessing inspiration from life. I love to hold on to an idea or a feeling in time and bring it into the studio.” Check out today’s story to see Suzanne find new perspectives.
- Video by @maplelatte_erica “I think it started about 10 years ago — I happened to come across a book of fake sweets, and I just fell in love at first sight with it and bought it,” says Erica (@maplelatte_erica), a handmade artist from Japan who creates adorable miniatures goods, mainly foods and sweets. “I do my best to create miniatures that make you think, ‘That looks real enough to eat!’” Watch Erica’s mini munchie crafts cook up today on our story and our IGTV channel.
- Video by @maplelatte_erica “I think it started about 10 years ago — I happened to come across a book of fake sweets, and I just fell in love at first sight with it and bought it,” says Erica (@maplelatte_erica), a handmade artist from Japan who creates adorable miniatures goods, mainly foods and sweets. “I do my best to create miniatures that make you think, ‘That looks real enough to eat!’” Watch Erica’s mini munchie crafts cook up today on our story and our IGTV channel.
- Video by @maplelatte_erica “I think it started about 10 years ago — I happened to come across a book of fake sweets, and I just fell in love at first sight with it and bought it,” says Erica (@maplelatte_erica), a handmade artist from Japan who creates adorable miniatures goods, mainly foods and sweets. “I do my best to create miniatures that make you think, ‘That looks real enough to eat!’” Watch Erica’s mini munchie crafts cook up today on our story and our IGTV channel.
- Photo illustration by @leointhegarden Gila Freudenthal (@leointhegarden) sprayed lots of good vibes in northern Germany last weekend for #WHPkindness. “One of my favorite quotes is, ‘If you can choose one thing to be, be kind,’” says Gila. “I thought about a way to express that everyone should receive a little kindness and good vibes. I thought spraying it into the world would be a good way to make sure it gets to everyone.” Follow along as we share more of our favorite submissions to last weekend’s hashtag project, #WHPkindness.
- Photo illustration by @leointhegarden Gila Freudenthal (@leointhegarden) sprayed lots of good vibes in northern Germany last weekend for #WHPkindness. “One of my favorite quotes is, ‘If you can choose one thing to be, be kind,’” says Gila. “I thought about a way to express that everyone should receive a little kindness and good vibes. I thought spraying it into the world would be a good way to make sure it gets to everyone.” Follow along as we share more of our favorite submissions to last weekend’s hashtag project, #WHPkindness.
- Photo illustration by @leointhegarden Gila Freudenthal (@leointhegarden) sprayed lots of good vibes in northern Germany last weekend for #WHPkindness. “One of my favorite quotes is, ‘If you can choose one thing to be, be kind,’” says Gila. “I thought about a way to express that everyone should receive a little kindness and good vibes. I thought spraying it into the world would be a good way to make sure it gets to everyone.” Follow along as we share more of our favorite submissions to last weekend’s hashtag project, #WHPkindness.
- Photo of @stephencurry30 by @rover “For me, being a Warrior now means being a champion,” says Golden State Warrior Stephen Curry (@stephencurry30). “It’s holding yourself to a high standard, expecting greatness out of yourself, being prepared, disciplined.” The three-time NBA (@nba) champion and two-time MVP grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, but the San Francisco Bay Area has been home since the start of his professional basketball career. “This is the place that kind of shaped me in that respect,” says Stephen of the Bay Area. “I hope to obviously play here for the rest of my career, but once it’s all said and done, retire, hopefully a lot of more years, I’ll probably still stay out here. Because just the people are so cool, there’s so much to do, good food, you can travel all over the Bay, get a different vibe. There are so many different pockets that show you so much love.” To celebrate the tip off of this year’s basketball season, we’re at home and on the court with Stephen. See more on today’s story and our IGTV channel.
- Photo of @stephencurry30 by @rover “For me, being a Warrior now means being a champion,” says Golden State Warrior Stephen Curry (@stephencurry30). “It’s holding yourself to a high standard, expecting greatness out of yourself, being prepared, disciplined.” The three-time NBA (@nba) champion and two-time MVP grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, but the San Francisco Bay Area has been home since the start of his professional basketball career. “This is the place that kind of shaped me in that respect,” says Stephen of the Bay Area. “I hope to obviously play here for the rest of my career, but once it’s all said and done, retire, hopefully a lot of more years, I’ll probably still stay out here. Because just the people are so cool, there’s so much to do, good food, you can travel all over the Bay, get a different vibe. There are so many different pockets that show you so much love.” To celebrate the tip off of this year’s basketball season, we’re at home and on the court with Stephen. See more on today’s story and our IGTV channel.
- Photo of @stephencurry30 by @rover “For me, being a Warrior now means being a champion,” says Golden State Warrior Stephen Curry (@stephencurry30). “It’s holding yourself to a high standard, expecting greatness out of yourself, being prepared, disciplined.” The three-time NBA (@nba) champion and two-time MVP grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, but the San Francisco Bay Area has been home since the start of his professional basketball career. “This is the place that kind of shaped me in that respect,” says Stephen of the Bay Area. “I hope to obviously play here for the rest of my career, but once it’s all said and done, retire, hopefully a lot of more years, I’ll probably still stay out here. Because just the people are so cool, there’s so much to do, good food, you can travel all over the Bay, get a different vibe. There are so many different pockets that show you so much love.” To celebrate the tip off of this year’s basketball season, we’re at home and on the court with Stephen. See more on today’s story and our IGTV channel.

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