It doesn’t really matter what you experience in life, who you love or with whom you are when no one sees it. Websites like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter turned us into social media monsters who know only one important currency anymore: Likes. Followers. Retweets. It has many names, but its core is the same: We want digital love. No, we don’t want it. We need it!
Some folks only talk to us if we have a certain amount of followers on Twitter or subscribers on YouTube. You have a big heart, you’re kind, you’re beautiful, but you have only 53 followers on Instagram? Suddenly you’re a third class person, just because you don’t work hard on faking your life for the digital world. You’re just a human being. But that’s not enough anymore. Sorry.
Artistic photographer John Yuyi and creative princess Julia Abe went one step further and brought social media to the real world. Maybe that’s the future. Everyone wears their Twitter and Instagram and Snapchat accounts on their faces so we immediately know to whom we’re talking to and how important that person really is. That saves both time and money. Great.
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