12 Influencers Who Went Too Far And Got Shamed For It

Society has a way of reigning in bad behavior, however, and the current trend of ‘shaming’ those influencers who go too far seems to be having an effect. Bored Panda has collected a list of times when people decided that enough was enough, and set the limit as to how low the bar of self-obsession can go. #2 Woman Stomped All Over The Plants In This Conservatory For Instagram Shots Despite Staff Repeatedly Asking Her To Stop This woman, in her quest to show off to maximum effect on her social media, stomped all over the plants in this Conservatory despite staff repeatedly asking her to stop. According to Rainy_Day_May, who uploaded the pic on Reddit, “She was asked by multiple people …

Russian Artist Sums Up What Instagram Is All About (6 Pics)

If you use Instagram regularly, you are probably familiar with the scenario. Someone has traveled to a scenic place, let’s say Rome. They want to show their followers all the beautiful sights in the eternal city – The Vatican, The Spanish Steps, The Colosseum. But do they, really? Usually traveling together with a long-suffering friend (who is mostly there to be a personal photographer), they faithfully tour the well-trodden path, looking not for historical and cultural inspiration but something far more important: a photo opportunity. They are feeling cute today! And so this ancient and atmospheric amphitheater – once used for savage gladiatorial contests at the height of the Roman Empire – is relegated to background fodder; a mere prop …

Influencer Bride With 55K Followers Tries To Get Wedding Shot For Free, Photographers Destroy Her With Sarcastic Response

Need more proof? Last week 195,000 people followed Goop employee Marissa Fuchs on a six-day scavenger hunt that ended in a “surprise” wedding. The elaborate affair was orchestrated by her partner Gabriel Grossman, which the pair alleged was done without her knowledge – that was until the Atlantic published a piece by Taylor Lorenz revealing the whole extravaganza was set-up for, probably for brand sponsorship. Before the proposal, multiple brand marketers had received a PDF of a pitch deck, “in the context of a potential sponsorship.” The agent of an “influencer” reached out to a photography/videography company in the hopes of exchanging free services for exposure Image credits: Melissa wrote in the email that her client was a “well known …

What Art Icons Would Look Like In Todays Society (44 Pics)

A classic of the genre is taking iconic figures of yesteryear and updating them in today’s fashion. We had a previous post that did just that, taking icons of art history and making them into hipsters. Now we are back with a similar concept, this time from The influencers of previous times became famous for their talents and iconic works, as well as the way they presented themselves. Perhaps we could go back to those days? In the meantime, let us present those old legends as if they were the ‘heroes’ of today; you gotta admit, they do look cool! #1 Frida Kahlo The artist behind UntitledSave is Tiago, an industrial/product designer. Recently, he found himself between jobs, and being …

HBO Chernobyl Creator Calls Out Influencers After These Pictures

It seems to be a natural human inclination to be fascinated by disaster and the suffering of our fellow humans – from the urge to gawp at the scene of a car crash to traveling purposefully into warzones, we seem to have a morbid need to see and experience the worst that can happen. The creator of the ‘Chernobyl’ miniseries has a message for people who have started visiting the tragic site Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: luisitocomunica Verified rami.mogyorosi arkadiuszwolek2 irene_vivch gdelchev Sadly, this story seems to lean toward the latter. On the back of the success of HBO’s Chernobyl, influencers have been flocking to Pripyat to pose for photos, giving little historical context …

Presidential candidate Beto O’Rourkes teenage hacker life

An extremely curated collage of Buttigieg's life.Image: peteforamerica.com Pete Buttigieg is taking online campaigning to a very 2019 level. The South Bend mayor, who announced his official presidential bid on Sunday, understands the undeniable power of the internet, and he plans on using it to his full advantage. Buttigieg, his husband Chasten, and their dogs Truman and Buddy, already have beloved Twitter presences, but the millennial mayor and his team took things a step further this weekend by releasing an entire set of digital assets, social media guidelines, and detailed explanations behind each of his visual campaign aesthetics so that influencers and fans can easily show him support online. The Design ToolKit, created by design firm Hyperakt and available through …