Perhaps you've heard of Transgressor online magazine (do we call it an "online media source" now?). Perhaps you haven't.
Either way, it seems hard not to agree that the idea of turning over its Instagram feed to a different artist on the regular is a great, if not brilliant, idea.
When Transgressor editor Diana Welch decided to start an Instagram for the online magazine, she wanted the project to be in keeping with its mission to "celebrate cultural trespassers." So she began what she calls the Transgressor Instagram Residency, in which she invites a new artist to take over the magazine's feed every week, giving each participant complete creative freedom.
"There are no rules," says Welch. "It's an ongoing experiment — I put a lot of trust into each guest, because I believe in what they do. I'm not going to try and exert control over their process."
Followers of @transgressormag get exposed to the work of a new artist, whether it's stills from filmmaker Olivia Wyatt
's documentary about the last of the Malaysian water nomads or Justine Kurland
's outtakes from the American road. Odds are good that you'll be surprised and enlightened by this bold, personal work — and then you'll know where to go to see more.