Living resides within our physical bodies, that’s the most basic, banal, material way of knowing life. We comprehend things only in terms of comparison, such as comparing so- and-so’s face to ours, so-and-so’s body to ours. Bodily characteristics become only relative to one's perception. We reassure our existence by the same methods. Looking in the mirror has been the common way of self-acceptance, but now we have the selfie. The selfie is the most epidemic nuisance of our time. With 310,881,405 #selfie posts and growing exponentially every second, Instagram sheds light to the self-assurance issues of this decade and social media’s influence in all of this. My #selfie project is a lightheartedly critique on today’s use of social media to blatantly post images of our ego-ridden faces.