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 spotlight global talents that will elevate your feed and inspire your own creative output, from interior stylists and architects to visionary image-makers.

Tjaša Rener, founder of Open House Studio

 

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Yugoslavia-born Tjaša Rener is a multifaceted creative with a passion for mixed media work. After spending a few years living in Kumasi, immersed in Ghanaian culture, Rener felt inspired to integrate graphic art, traditional African crafts, and human experience into her works. Residing in Accra, she manages Open House Studio, a collaborative space for local artists and appreciators.

 

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Tom Morris, director of Morrisstudio

 

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Tom Morris takes a journalistic approach to creating homes that ‘goes beyond style’ and looks to objects that tell a story. The London-based interior designer, author and contributor to the FT Weekend cut his teeth at Monocle before he launched his eponymous studio in 2018. He specialises in residential design and his digital grid showcases his ceramics and in particular

 

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Ruby Kean, co-founder of Atelier LK

 

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New York-based artist Ruby Kean is often described as having a distinct perspective within the crafts world. During the pandemic, she teamed up with Lisa Jones to found design studio Atelier LK, combing their decade of experience and transatlantic contacts.

 

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Lucian Giubbilei, landscape designer


As a teenager growing up in Siena, Italy, Lucian Giubbilei always had a fascination with the harmony, scale and geometry found in gardens. So much so that aged 21, he left for London to study garden design before setting up his own studio. Two decades on, he’s completed projects in England, Europe, the US and North Africa, and Luciano’s Instagram account affirms that landscaping is in his bones.

Meta Coleman, interior designer

 

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Interior designer and stylist Meta Coleman is known for infusing different patterns, colours, and styles to create an inviting space. After buying, building and designing her home, with her husband, Coleman realised that her interests stretched further than photography and she launched her own design studio to market her skills to others. Her online gallery offers personal moments of family life and a unique approach to her artsy.

 

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