Digital to analogue has been a growing trend for some time, and now one start-up is offering the chance for Instagram users to literally wear their photos.
" is an app which converts pictures from the social media site into items of clothing using a technique called ‘dye sublimination', or all-over printing.
Underwear, socks, t-shirts and even onesies can all be created through the service, with users able to see a preview of the product on a mock-up before ordering the item and having it shipped.
"SnapShirt aims to enhance peoples' lives by giving them the greatest creative tool for making high-quality custom clothing," says the company on its Kickstarter campaign.
"It will change the way that keepsakes are both made and passed down in our modern age."
Instagram users can already create t-shirt images, buttons, books and magnets with their photos, thanks to sites such as Printstagr.am and Origrami.
SnapShirt products are set to ship in February 2015 if the concept is successfully funded.