While you sip your nitro coffee out of a mason jar in a tiny San Francisco coffee shop, you can now snap a selfie and add a "hipster" sticker designed just for the city.
The photo- and video-sharing app Snapchat on Tuesday launched Geostickers, allowing users to send city-specific stickers along with their snaps to friends.
The new feature follows the trend of using geocentric elements in messaging, like the geo-filters Snapchat already provides. The stickers will first be available in 10 major cities, including San Francisco, New York City, Los Angeles, Honolulu, Paris and London. The news comes on the same day the Facebook-owned Instagram launched its Snapchat-esque "Stories" feature, which allows users to publish 24-hour reels of content to their feeds.
Some of San Francisco's 15 stickers provide a satirical look at the city. One is of an angry sheep-looking creature yelling about rising rent, while another shows a plump walrus with a disapproving look beneath the caption "tech snob," according to TechCrunch.
Snapchat declined to comment.