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Boomf makes your Instagram photos edible

27
Nov
2013

Instagram took over the world by recreating the slow, analogue process of instant photography in convenient, retro-filtered digital form. But a cottage industry of startups that turn Instagram photos physical has since spring up — there have been mini photobooks, canvas prints, and even Polaroid-branded cameras — and the idea has perhaps reached its logical conclusion with the launch of a new service that lets you print your pictures onto marshmallows. Boomf, a UK-based company, charges £12 (about $19) for a box of nine marshmallows, each emblazoned with an image that you select from your own Instagram library using a simple web app. The company warns that the resolution isnt Retina display and that dark photos might not turn out too well, but the results look pretty good, and The Next Web confirms that the marshmallows do taste exactly like marshmallows.

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