Context cards are text-based labels featuring the name of your location, and the city and state it's in, and sit alongside the color and location-based filters.
Once you're within that proximity, tapping on the camera screen should reveal a Jeff Koons Lens option in the filter carousel on the bottom of the screen, and selecting it will reveal the work.
A new feature rolling out to Snapchat today allows users to create snaps that are tied to Context Cards, which provide a list of tools.
Here's how to sign up, get started snapping out photos and videos and become a Snapchat expert.
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Locations include Central Park in New York City, the Sydney Opera House in Australia and the National Mall in Washington DC, and complete details and be found at art.
Each work of art becomes available in the app once you're within 985 feet (300 meters) of the target.
If you want to create a portrait that will both shock and confuse others, Snapchat's Face-Swap feature puts another person's face on your head.
Tap the icon in the upper right corner to switch to front-facing mode, and then press and hold on the part of the screen where your face is.
Updates to the app added options for users users to edit their voices, swap faces, share locations as well as place voice and video calls.