Can you truly believe what you see? This digital series by Turkish artist Aydın Büyüktaş distorts the streets of Istanbul into a surreal cityscape and will certainly challenge the your perspective.
The Inception-like project was originally inspired by Edwin A. Abbott’s satirical novella Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions, which is a story of a two-dimensional world occupied by geometric figures.
That sounds super Inspector Gadget-y, but in reality, it could also apply to Snapchat, the popular mobile app that allows you to send videos and pictures, both of which will self destruct after a few seconds of a person viewing them.
And while a lot of us appreciate the fact we never have to see some of the lame ones we’ve sent ever again, sometimes there are Snapchats so great that you wish they would stick around forever, much like the smell of fish cooked in the office microwave, but in a more entertaining way.
Although it’s hard to believe, some people use Instagram for more than pictures of their breakfast or their latest workout selfie. There are a million beautiful places across America the beautiful, and BuzzFeed found the places that were Instagrammed the most in each and every state in 2015.