Fuel your imagination with our fortnightly 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.

Sophie Lou Jacobsen, product designer

Having spent the first 10 years of her career between London and Paris, product designer Sophie Lou Jacobsen now resides in New York City and focusses on work that enhances and elevates the enjoyment of daily, passive or even mundane tasks. She credits Europe’s small apartments for her creativity and her feed exhibits her small interventions that elevate domestic joy, from mugs, cups and jugs, to accessible furniture and framed graphic designs.

Eduardo Neira, architect and philanthropist

 

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Eduardo Neira, better known as Roth, is an environmentally conscious architect with over 20 years of experience in the industry, who ensures his visions leave no carbon footprint. His hotel AZULIK Tulum was built around Neira’s respect for nature. Its design draws on the innate wisdom of native cultures with a sacred space for transformative experiences at its heart. Additionally, in 2018, he opened protean art centre Azulik Uh May which offers similar values but focuses on art and nature. Roth encourages the preservation of local culture the recovery of knowledge.

 

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Yuko Nishikawa, ceramicist and designer

 

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Brooklyn-based Japanese artist Yuko Nishikawa handcrafts one-of-a-kind items including lamps, sculptures, vases and tableware with the hopes of evoking the Japanese onomatopoeia ‘Piku Piku’ sensation – involuntary movements caused by unexpected contact.

 

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Harvey Bouterse, ceramic creative

 

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Surinam-born, Dutch-trained designer Harvey Bouterse had never worked with clay before stepping into Antwerp-based company Perignem’s atelier. Now he’s abandoned fashion for ceramics and prides himself in vase and sculpture work. Bouterse’s account highlights his design philosophy of creating through intuition, interest and curiosity.

 

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Vanessa Barragāo, textile artist

Portuguese textile artist Vanessa Barragāo utilises childhood memories of growing up in Albufeira as inspiration for her artworks. Her work is characterised by captivating environments such as coral reefs, and she cleverly combines craft and recycled materials to create unique and luxurious carpets and tapestries for floors and walls.

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