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(1/3) Metagramme takes 36 or 64 of your most recent Instagram photos and combines them into a single image. The result is a colorful, crazy digital amalgam that is part photography and part abstract art.
(2/3) Metagramme can pull from hashtags too, just in case you ever wondered what a blend of photos of #sharks looks like. (It looks like this.)