Despite itself, Instagram is still a great place to discover makers, creatives and designers that inspire. Here are a list of super-cool Instagram profiles that you should probably be following. If you have a recommendation of your own, please leave a comment below and I’ll add it to my next IG roundup.
Jessica’s feed is a wonder for all those who love color. There are a million copycats out there it seems, but no one creates palettes like Jessica. Her intuitive knowledge of color translates into palettes that have inspired crafters, designers and artists the world over. See her website for so much more.
This branding superstar is one of my favorite designers on the planet. Kati takes shapes and colors and transforms them into works of art masquerading as brand identities. Spend some time dreaming away via her online portfolio here.
Edit notes that they are a social curation marketplace in beta right now. I am intrigued to see what they reveal and if it’s anything like their IG feed, it’s going to be colorful and fresh.
Nortstudio is an Antwerp-based furniture and lighting studio founded by Jef De Brabander and Kathleen Opdenacker. Their online shop is full of furniture pieces that are so amazing, they look like computer renders. See the shop here.
The name of this feed speaks for itself. Looking at furniture design in such an up close and personal way really enhances the appreciation for modern design.
A Brooklyn-based ceramic artist, Bebe Federmann has a way of making me want every single thing she makes. Seriously, those hombre pots! See here work on Etsy at her Soul Vessel Designs shop.
Luke Hope makes the most beautiful wooden wonders. If you are as obsessed with wooden spoons as I am, you will not want to miss this feed. So many spoons!
There is something mesmerizing about Henrike Gomber’s focus on faces. The bold colors and rich strokes are so appealing.
I’m not sure who is behind this feed, but the concept is pretty novel. It’s a great way to see unseemly spaces in a new light.
Can you seriously not love Sacrée Frangine? Besides the sublime use of color, I find myself fascinated by this artist’s ability to create works of art that look like torn paper collages. So lovely!