Fuel your imagination with our fortnightly edit of creatives and photographers who take Instagram to a whole new level, curated by writer Marcia Veiga. From interior stylists and architects to visionary image-makers, we bring you a curation of global talent that will elevate your feed and inspire your own creative output.

Marie Wez and Nella Beljan, founders of Zora Auguste 

 

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Zora Auguste is the brainchild of vintage collector and curator Marie Wez and editor and photographer Nella Beljan. The pair merged their businesses – August Vintage and Zora’s Daughter – to create the Berlin artisan’s hub. From kitchenware to handcrafted bedsheets, their online gallery debuts an array of products that make a home exactly that – a home.

 

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Laura Kirar, hotelier, designer and ‘experience maker’

 

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Laura Kirar graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a degree in sculpture and interior architecture – skills she’s put to good use with her project, Mesón Hidalgo. The shoppable Mexican guesthouse has just three rooms, but they’re tightly curated and infused with a sense of originality that bleeds into her Instagram grid.

 

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Roan Barrion, furniture designer

 

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Canadian creator Roan Barrion has spent nearly two decades in the furniture industry and specialises in 20th-century design and decorative arts. Having studied every detail of construction, joint and screw, Barrion values the honesty of handmade goods. So much so that his digital platform exhibits his own small-scale pieces, and the works of fellow designers – all in a colour coded fashion.

 

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Nike Onile, spatial artist

 

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Toronto-based interior designer Nike Onile founded her multidisciplinary spatial design studio ODE to explore humanity in design. The one-time scientist sees interiors as her canvas and furniture as a channel, but her specialism is combining them via storytelling. Onile’s feed spotlights her keen eye and ability to capture simple human essences.

 

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Aaron Aujla, craftsman

 

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Before starting his practice, craftsman Aaron Aujla studied fine art and art history at the University of Toronto and was painter Nate Lowman’s assistant. In Autumn 2017, he took a new direction, joining forces with longtime friend Ben Bloomstein to launch the Green River Project – a New York furniture studio that specialises in conceptual pieces. Art history, functionality and furniture anchor his Instagram.

 

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A Moscow art installation invites passersby to experience infinity

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