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

Katty Schiebeck, self-taught product designer

 

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Uruguayan designer Katty Schiebeck stepped into the limelight eight years ago as the author of cult IG account Somewhereiwouldliketolive – a blog focused on showcasing extraordinary architecture and interior design projects. Today, Schiebeck is the founding partner and creative designer of Barcelona-based interior firm Katty Schiebeck Studio. Her account demonstrates why she’s built a reputation and loyal following within the international design scene.

 

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Thierry Lemaire, artist

 

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Thierry Lemaire has skirted between architect, interior decorator, artist, and furniture designer for over two decades. Everything the Frenchman touches transforms into beauty, from Haussmann apartments and mountain chalets to chic urban boutiques. Lemaire tones down his signature style of oversized and sculptural pieces on Instagram to display that glamour can also be muted and simplistic.

 

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Maria Lundvald, content creator

 

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When Maria Lundvald first granted insight into her safe haven on Instagram, she never expected the flood of DMs that would follow, congratulating her on having such a beautiful space. The avid gardener launched her online journal, Livsnyderhaven and has consecutively won awards in 2017, 2018 and 2019 for Denmark’s best garden blog.

 

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Ini Archibong, designer

 

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The son of Nigerian emigrants to the United States, Ini Archibong is an industrial designer, creative director and musician that has lived and worked in Los Angeles, Singapore and Switzerland. His work acknowledges, respects and pays homage to the rich cultural traditions he comes from and experiences. At the same time, his social grid reflects his interest in craftsmanship and exhibits his collaborative pieces with Hermès, Knoll and Sé.

 

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Maysaloun Faraj, artist

London-based artist Maysaloun Faraj draws on her mixed Iraqi-American heritage to contemplate the intersection of place and identity. Having studied architecture in Baghdad and worked as a painter, sculptor and ceramist in London, Farai’s aesthetic bridges Eastern and Western cultures. Her digital grid illustrates her long-standing interest in colour and geometric abstraction.

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