Tommy Honton

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Tommy Honton is the co-founder of Museum of Selfies.

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A visitor to Happy Place, one of LA’s many “selfie museum” pop-ups.

Selfie culture takes over the museum

A visitor to Happy Place, one of LA’s many “selfie museum” pop-ups.

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