Pride 2017 is coming up in the Northern Hemisphere, and for this year’s big jump into the weather where it’s totally warm enough to walk around in as little clothes as possible, Instagram have launched a new range of stickers for people to use in their stories.

Instagram Has Launched A Bunch Of A+ Stickers Showcasing LGBTQI Artists

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The stickers are from a range of LGBT artists from around the world, showing off all the beaut creativity that is out there in the world of graphic art. 

I’m beyond excited 2 finally share my #Pride2017 sticker for Instagram stories! ??????? Instagram has featured a handful of other queer artists from across the globe for a cute set of stickers you can use all month long! ?????? After posting ur story u can tap on the stickers to see who made each one. Go decorate the hell out of ur IG story and show these artists some queer LOVE ??????????????

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Each artist’s sticker is a live little button that users can click on, taking them through to the artist’s profile so users can suss out their other work. So cute!

The stickers feature the iconic rainbow of the LGBTQI community, and also include a nod to the non-binary and transgender community, with this very lovely little number from Carra Sykes.

Y’ALL!! I’m so excited and honored to share the stickers I got to illustrate for @instagram to be used with Stories during #Pride2017 ??????. Have y’all seen all of the stickers?! They are so cute and rad. Check them out and when they are posted on a story, click on them to see who created the sticker. I’m going to stick them on all of my stories!? While working on these stickers I kept thinking of a theme of “I am me, I am loved.” Use your voice to promote and fight for equality and kindness. Thankful for all of the brave people in the LGBTQIA+ community paving the way and helping others/me be more brave. ???

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Instagram have also commissioned a bunch of murals across the world to tie in with their support of Pride 2017, starting with a big rainbow transformation of the iconic Paul Smith pink wall in Los Angeles.

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So garn, get yourself into those stickers, and check out some incred art from the global LGBTQI community.

Instagram Has Launched A Bunch Of A+ Stickers Showcasing LGBTQI Artists