Not content with posting your selfies on Facebook or Twitter? Well, now you can wear them for everyone to see.
Picatoo has launched a service which transforms Instagram photos into temporary inkings that can be worn wherever you like on your body.
The Netherlands-based service ships what it has dubbed ‘Insta-tats’ worldwide for free.
It was launched by photography products company Ink361, which monetizes Instagram usage by offering a web viewer and print-your-photos service, among other products.
For £9.99 ($14.99), Picatoo offers 12 temporary tattoos created from a dozen Instagram photos of your choice.
According to its website, each tattoo lasts around seven days, providing it isn't scrubbed or picked at.
Bringing your Instagram snaps from the screen into the real world is nothing new, however.
Last year Boomf launched its marshmallow service that saw confectionery printed with people's favourite shots.
For £15 ($25), Instagram users can upload pictures from their desktop or login with Instagram or Facebook.
Customers then choose nine photos you like and go to the checkout. Since its launch one man has even proposed to his girlfriend using the service.
inking: n. 墨迹式画图
monetize: v. 将某物兑成现金
confectionery: n. 糕点糖果