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Looking for Enamel Pins? Try Yesterdays Pins

2:14 PM PDT on October 20, 2015

Have you ever browsed the Search & Explore section on Instagram? I checked it out recently and found some interesting imagery ranging from booty shots to photos of delicious food, and pictures of freshly painted graffiti. It does a pretty good job of matching your interests to some the best instagrammers out there. Companies are able to use this medium as well, and some the content you come across will be from brands. From massive corporations to the mom 'n pop shops of the internet, everyone is vying for your attention in this increasingly connected web of photography.

I recently started getting into lapel pins. They have been flooding my feed like crazy, and I enjoy seeing the interesting takes on pop culture, especially when designers re-imagine classic favorites from my youth. I came across Yesterdays on my feed and first saw their Kanye For President 2020 pin. A definite hit with me. Whether Kanye West does run for president or not, I want that pin.

I proceeded to explore @Yesterdays.CO on Instagram and really enjoyed their take on the pin culture that is brewing online. Take for instance the Ecto Cooler pin with a definite 80's influence but with that twist. Surely popular with the kids of today is the Netflix & Chill pin.

To check out more products from Yesterdays visit there website, and give them a follow on IG via @Yesterdays.CO.


"Collectible enamel lapel pins designed by three friends from Southern California. Yesterday’s topics are tomorrows influence. Pop culture references & retro pop inspired designs. Most people agree, this shit is dope as fuck. - Yesterdays.Co"

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