Fuel your imagination with our new bi-monthly 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.

Thomas Evans, multi-disciplinary artist

 

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Denver-based artist Thomas ‘Detour’  Evans specialises in large-scale public murals that enliven buildings and communities and creating interactive portraits in immersive spaces. Detour focuses on mixing traditional mediums with new approaches and his recent contributions to the Spray Their Name project, commemorating people of colour who’ve lost their lives to police brutality, capture the detail, intimacy, accuracy and vulnerability of a photograph alongside the shade work that features heavily on his Instagram.

 

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Laila Gohar, food artist

 

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Think food is just for nourishment? Think again.  Egyptian-born New York creative Laila Gohar verifies it’s a multi-sensory experience. Her feed spotlights the components that go into making dinner a pleasurable experience: fresh produce, visually appealing tableware and the artist’s flair of placement. Gohar is an artisan of the culinary world.

 

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Alfred Bramsen, florist, illustrator and model

 

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Copenhagen-born designer Alfred Bramsen merges his hygge nature, Scandinavian flair and love of Japanese culture into every passion project he embarks upon. His online gallery offers illuminating insights on how flowers are laden with emotion – and the satisfaction he gains when experimenting with his instincts.

After moving to London three years ago, he distilled his passions into the renovation of his East London flat, which draws inspiration from wagashi confectionery.

 

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Duda Teixera, creative director and jewellery designer

 

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Miami-born Duda Teixera launched her independent jewellery brand with her best friend Cristina Mantilla after accumulating beach shells while holidaying in Costa Rica. Her digital platform gives a peek behind-the-scenes on brand photoshoots, early fashion trends and candid moments around her apartment filled with woven chairs, rustic furniture and hand-painted abstract paintings.

 

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Gaetano Pesce, architect and designer

 

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With 50 years spent working across architecture, urban planning and industrial design, Gaetano Pesce is an award-winning Italian designer who’s thoroughly deserving of the title ‘innovator’. He turns arbitrary, mundane objects into alluring pieces, such as his gravity-defying armchair birthed from a sponge. The octogenarian’s feed showcases highly favoured photographs from his archive, yet with his career longevity such as his, social media does it little justice.

 

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