InstaWall is here!

The advent of the smartphone and its endless array of camera applications has brought the convenience of amateur photography into the hands of the masses. Programs like Instagram provide a method for capturing a visual narrative of our lives, but often remained confined to the digital realm.

With InstaWall, memorialize your Instagram story in a beautiful 40x60 printed wall cling. Seamlessly and effortlessly import your photos, print, and adhere a handsome visual selling tool that won't damage your interior. Use horizontally or vertically and/or add combine several together for a larger installation.

• 2 - 40x60 collage templates to hold 150 and 300 square images • Layered Photoshop PSD files for simple modifications • Designed for 40x60 Wall Cling from ProDPI • Includes vector designs (can be printed to scale at any dimensions) • Bundled actions for automatic image insertions • Built with Instagram, Picture A Day technology in mind Plus • Bonus InDesign version for speedy drag-and-drop workflow

Click here to see both templates in the shop!




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