22-year-old photographer and letterer, Noel Shively, will fill your Insta-feed with daily positivity. His beautifully hand-lettered quotes mixed with creative photography will definitely put some pep in your step.
Florida-based lettering artist, muralist, chalk art aficionado, and self-proclaimed part-time Instagram-er, Casey Ligon, shares a combination of chalk lettered signs, notebook doodles, and typography made with some unexpected materials (think tomato sauce, coffee grounds, and sprinkles!)
Scott Biersack is “a guy just doing what he loves.” New York-based illustrator and designer, Biersack will pleasantly surprise you with his diverse lettering skills he’s used for projects done for Blue Moon, Starbucks, and Girl Skateboards.
Illustrator, printmaker, and textile designer, Andrea Lauren, will brighten up your day with her bright and playful prints. Lauren's feed is filled with hand-carved linocuts of plants, animals, and life's little inspirations.
Riley Cran’s Instagram is an awesome mix of his own designs, found design inspiration, and reposts of other great projects. If you’re looking for a diverse design Instagram to follow, this is the one for you.
London-based artist, Nick Gentry, works with contributed artifacts and other materials sourced directly from the public. Gentry’s haunting portraits are so beautiful, it may take you a minute to realize they’re made from floppy discs, film negatives, and even vintage photographs.
Rachel Ryle’s feed has been crowned as the #1 Instagram account to follow by both MTV & BuzzFeed. As a storyteller and professional animator, Ryle’s Instagram is full of cheerful stop motion animations featuring her miniature illustrations.
26-year-old artist, Sam Spratt, has worked with clients like Janelle Monáe, Childish Gambino, FX, Warner Music, and Game Informer, to create jaw-dropping portraits. His feed is a collection of his insanely lifelike digital paintings as well as videos and sketches.
Self-taught artist, Meera Lee Patel, has an Instagram collection of beautiful, breezy, watercolor paintings inspired by “the magical mysteries of nature, the quiet stories that lace through everyday life, and the bold colors of her native India.”
Jacob Santiago, freelance designer and photographer from NYC, beautifully captures the essence of the city with every photograph he posts. Missing the hustle of the city? Santiago’s feed will make you feel like you’re in the middle of it all.
Molly Grubbs is always looking up. Literally. Her Instagram is full of awesome shots of the sky, and we’re not talking about #skyporn. Grubbs uses interesting structures and buildings to create unexpected views.