Share Everything You Wanted to Do, but Never Did, on Instasham

Mother creatives make your life look better

Add it to the pile of amusing agency side projects: Instasham, an online collection of stock photos specially designed for posting to Instagram, showing all those things you wished you had done just so you could post them to Instagram. Didn't get to hang with Kanye? Instasham it. Didn't go to the Coliseum? Instasham it. Didn't sunbathe on a yacht in the Caribbean with beautiful bikini-clad women? You get the idea. Because Instagram is now well past the what-all-the-cool-kids-are-doing upswing, and well into the why-is-everyone-in-such-a-reflexive-narcissist stage, and oh, by the way, all of your photos already look the same as everyone else's, and it turns out the contents of your closet aren't really that fascinating after all. From Mother, New York, creative team Andy Dao and Stacey Smith. Site development by Joseph Valle. Made all the better by the website's "how to" instructions on using your smartphone to take a picture of the pictures on your computer screen.

@GabrielBeltrone Gabriel Beltrone is a frequent contributor to Adweek.