Rebecca Terrell
Rebecca Terrell
November 16, 2015
7 Instagram Feeds to Spark Your Creativity

There is no doubt about it; Instagram is making waves in the digital storytelling world. While it is often used for sharing cute pictures of your dog or documenting a recent meal, other times it showcases the work of exquisite visionaries and some of the greatest designers and artists of our time. If you use your social platforms to get a heavy dose of creative inspiration (even if it is just for finding the perfect color palette), follow these amazing illustrators, artists and web-designers that keep our team scrolling for days.

 

@jpegfletcher
Jay Fletcher is a graphic designer, illustrator and art director from Charleston, South Carolina. We are personally having a love affair with his recent project: a clean and timeless line of playing cards. We can’t stop staring. Don’t say we didn’t warn you…

 

@jamesllewis
This typography designer from the UK is a go-to in our book. From calligraphy to personal artwork and hand-drawn type, you’ll find all the design inspiration you need to finish up that late-night project.

 

@thedesigntip
This account relies on the creativity of others, which is perfect for those projects without direction. Submissions range from illustrations to logo designs and just about everything in between.

 

@handmadefont
If you’re on the hunt for some font-spiration, look no further than this Estonia-based design company. From brush stroke to custom fonts made from untraditional material (think fried eggs, crystals, and corks), their lettering will surely get you thinking outside the box.

 

@tristan_kerr
Influenced by street signage and urban art, this Australia-based artist and designer is a must-follow. From public art murals to business identity and branding, this graphic designer is all about variety.

 

@street_type
It is just like it sounds—typography found in unexpected places. Joe Geis, Brooklyn designer and art director, is the mastermind behind this account. His theme? Hand-lettering on buildings across the world. Prepare yourself; you may develop an intense feeling of wanderlust.

 

@mikeyburton
If you were seeking inspiration from the experts, well, you found it. This designer-meets-illustrator has worked with clients like Target, The New York Times, Time Magazine and Esquire. Enough said.

 

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