Fuel your imagination with our 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.

OrtaMiklos, artistic Duo

 

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French-native Leo Orta and Denmark-born Victor Miklos are the creative duo turning wasteful material into odd, yet whimsical, furniture. The Design Academy Eindhoven graduates share many similarities but what brought the two together was their anarchic spirits. Their feed spotlights the pair’s sculptural and decorative roots, and each of their objects challenges functionality and elusive narratives. It’s vibrant, bold and artistically compelling.

 

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Will Day, contemporary abstract painter

 

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Architect turned abstract painter Will Day uses his Instagram to showcase his impulsive style and tool use. From the comfort of his Colorado studio, he paints with a nuanced focus on the human experience. Each post delves into his earlier series Water, Healing, Noir, Wonder, Midlife and Awakening.

 

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Charlotte Taylor, interiors and set designer

 

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London-born Charlotte Taylor is the creative genius behind the infamous renderings of Casa Atibaia: an imaginary home hidden in the São Paulo’s forest that combines Brazilian modernism and glasshouse components. Taylor is the creative director of studio ‘Maison de Sable’ and designs sets and interiors, though her online gallery spotlights her talent for creating fictional spaces.

 

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Levi Shaw-Faber, woodturner

 

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Inventiveness runs deep in the veins of a Master’s candidate at the Yale School of Architecture, graphic designer and writer Levi Shaw-Faber. Last fall, on a whim and in good nature he created a curvy table for a friend. The first one was wobbly, but the second was steady and with a helping hand, his dining furniture business was born. His account displays the various ways to decorate with his colourful coffee, dining and side tables.

 

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Zahra Holm, painter

 

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Swedish-Tunisian contemporary artist Zahra takes shelter in her Parisian atelier. With inspiration from mid-century modernists, she uses oil paint to filter her personal experiences through abstraction. Her social platform exhibits bold uses of colour – reds, oranges and yellows with the occasional light blues, pinks and violets – but the main aesthetic of her work is a tribute to femininity.

 

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