852 Instagram photos from 852 different users.

Millions of photos are uploaded to Instagram each day. Out of all that chaos, French art director Thomas Jullien has brilliantly created some order.

Jullien crowdsourced 852 Instagram photos from 852 different users and assembled them into one clever stop-motion video. "An Instagram short film” journeys around the world in 1 minute and for 46 seconds, finding common threads in monuments and architecture, fireworks and sunsets, and many, many modes of transportation.  

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