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 creative output, from interior stylists and architects to visionary image-makers.

Jake Arnold, interior designer

 

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British-born Jake Arnold is an interior designer to high profilers such as Chrissy Teigen and husband John Legend, Dan Levy and Rashida Jones. When the LA-based creative is not designing the homes of the A-list elite, he pivots his attention to his start-up, virtual design platform The Expert. Arnold’s digital portfolio documents his exquisite catalogue.

 

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Athena Calderone, author and multidisciplinary creative

 

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Athena Calderone is a multifaceted creative with a gift for entertaining. An interior designer, author, and culinary storyteller, she is known for her playful juxtaposition of styles. The Brooklyn native’s IG offers a glimpse inside her self-designed home.

 

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Alexis Christodoulou, 3D artist and winemaker

 

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Dutchman Alexis Christodoulou is a self-taught 3D artist and winemaker based in Cape Town, South Africa. Before his illustrations of architecture took Instagram by storm, the former copywriter sought escapism in video games; particularly renderings, which he taught himself through YouTube tutorials. His grid showcases his depictions of real and imagined spaces.

 

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Ioanna Roufopoulou, interior photographer

 

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Athens-based photographer Ioanna Roufopoulou is responsible for shoots that have graced the covers of AD, Casa Vogue, Marie Claire Maison and more, and is best known for her interior photography. She has also worked with respected chefs like Marisa Churchill to photograph their cookbooks, and her platform showcases her interior, travel, and architectural works.

 

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Ana Milena Hernandez, co-founder of Masquespacio


Bogotá-native Ana Milena Hernandez moved to Spain at the age of 18 to pursue a career in design. After years of working as a window dresser and a merchandiser, she launched her creative consultancy Masquespacio in 2010 with partner Christophe Penasse. The pair revamp commercial and student spaces across Europe, with her Instagram offering insight into her innovative concepts.

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