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.

Javier Senosiaina, architect

 

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Mexico-native Javier Senosiaina spent years researching bioarchitecture before embarking on his first freeform design, inspired by a peanut shell. Like Gaudí’s inviting, dizzy and periscopic designs, Javier takes conceptual architecture one step further by experimenting with juxtaposition, moldable materials, light and dark integration and gardening.

 

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Blanca Miró Skoudy, visual artist

Despite describing herself as a visual artist, an illusionist sounds a more fitting way to describe Spanish creative Blanca Miró Skoudy. Regardless of her medium – drawing, sculpture, design or art direction – she injects wit into everything she makes and creditsher feminist values as inspiration.

Tas Careaga, photographer

 

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After years of decorating impersonal spaces whilst getting his Bilbao-based creative agency off the ground, Venezuelan photographer Tas Caraeaga pursued his life-long dream and transformed a Spanish Baroque Church – dating back to the 16th century – into a private loft and studio. His Instagram grants insight into the four-year process of combining renaissance features with modern living.

 

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Eva Sonaike, textile designer

 

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Former fashion journalist Eva Sonaike saw a gap in the market for using bold African prints across interior design, and set about bridging it. Drawing on her Nigerian heritage and European travels, she brings a vibrant aesthetic and a touch of African luxury to her textile designs. Her account showcases the benefits of cultural integration combining fashion, art and architecture.

 

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Riccardo Fornoni, digital designer

 

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When the need for digital escapism was highest during the pandemic, Mantova-based architect Riccardo Fornoni satisfied many with his fantasy renderings. Through connecting set design and 3D art with imagination, Fornoni’s Instagram acts as a whimsical portal into futuristic architecture and a world that encourages people to let their imaginations run wild.

 

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