This tongue-in-cheek design project by Aric Snee and Justin Crowe highlights society's hankering for Internet validation

Narcissism is a facet of pride and we must disguise it. So, on the second day, The Market created the selfie-stick. Take a picture of yourself without making it seem like you took it yourself! But people are catching on— now we can all tell you didn’t want to deal with the temporary awkwardness of interacting with a stranger. So how do we tackle that problem? Enter: the Selfie Arm.

Designed by Aric Snee and Justin Crowe as a sarcastic solution to this conundrum, the Selfie Arm is a lightweight portable disembodied appendage you can use to disguise your shame on social media. Though not in real life.

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