(Photo by Corinne Warnshuis)
Wallpaper is so in right now. But don’t you sometimes wish your desktop wallpaper could be your actual wallpaper?
Local design and print shop Replica Creative does. That’s why they created a web app that lets you do just that. Kind of.
Wallsome — what founder Keith Leaphart is calling his “Instagram for your walls” service — lets users upload a photo from their mobile camera roll and turn it into wall art. Even if it’s a selfie. (Especially if it’s a selfie.)
Our sister site Generocity posted a blurb about the app. We hear their reporter is nice.
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