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This Guy Keeps Editing Himself Into Celebrities' Instagrams And It's Pretty Funny

Artist Jon Burgerman has found a clever, playful use for Instagram's collage function. His aim? To show that celebrities are "just as dull as normal people."

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Burgerman calls his project JFF, or "Jons Famous Friends".

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He tells BuzzFeed he wanted to make sure none of this project took a lot of time as he is lazy and easily distracted.

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“I hoped that the images would be funny and playful with a little serious side to it as well."

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"As much as I’m making broad visual gags with crude collage techniques I wondered why we perform across social media to present a heightened version of our lives."

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"Of course it’s fun but sometimes we use it as a means to compare ourselves with others and then feel bad about it, and that’s certainly a lot less fun.”

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"I was playing around with my decrepit iPhone and noticed Instagram had a new function where you could show 2 or more images together on a grid. It turns out this is perfect for collaging images."

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“I call these Quiet Interventions, how you can seemingly tweak reality in a very quick and effective way with very little effort."

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"Celebrities' Instagram feeds are often littered with multiple-selfies and photos of their cats. They’re just as dull as us normal people!”

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“I’m also trying to show that in most cases these things are actually pretty mundane. "

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"So I’m hanging out with celebrities, but we’re not really doing anything that fascinating (apart from shooting up with Obama of course)."

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