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Creativity Squared – Instablocks Rock


Instablocks are mini canvases that pack an awesome creative punch!
Measuring in at only 10 x 10cm, they are small enough to rest in your hand, but bold enough to grab your attention. There is something deeply magical and ever so attractive about these intense focal points of art. It is hard to believe that they were developed as a solution for our customers stuck with low-resolution pictures taken on old cellphones. People rave about how they are just the right size for showcasing images from apps like Instagram, Hipstamatic, FilterGrid, SuperPhoto, Snapseed, Pixlromatic and many others.


Ryan Ross of Defusion, knew the design potential of instablocks and booked a special order with us for a range of quirky staff rewards. He and his innovative team of designers and creatives like to think outside the box and instablocks scored them a home run with their client. Ryan’s familiarity with the product led him to a new eye-catching combination of graphic design, instablock canvases and our mini easel. We’re so delighted with the finished product. They are a perfect showcase of vibrant colour and articulate design.



These are such a brilliant way to reward hard working staff.  Imagine the pride with which these awards would be displayed in the office. What a great incentive to boost productivity and build morale in your team.

Get creative now and build your own innovative art with instablocks!

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