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.

Corey Wash, artist and model

Baltimore-born creative Corey Wash channels her nonconforming nature into beloved cartoon character Willoughby – a genderless creation that expresses Wash’s inner thoughts and concerns. Wash uses bright canvases and her satirical superstar to explore ideas around culture, identity, and environment. Her online gallery is an insight into this world, loaded with autobiographical references as she shifts between roles of mother, lover and daughter.

Marion Gamba, designer

 

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At first glance, it’s evident Marion Gamba’s French roots are a preeminent influence in her practice. Whether she’s mixing tones, textures or colours, her feed spotlights her experimental nature, protean silhouettes and poses the recurrent question: how does one experience beauty?

 

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Gustaf Westman, furniture designer 

 

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Swedish-born designer Gustaf Westman has developed a cult following on Instagram, thanks to his handcrafted furniture concepts, which elevate mundane objects into art pieces. The 26-year-old’s curvilinear forms have come to personify a generation while encouraging investment in sustainability. Westman pays homage to the art of lounging and dedicates his page to displaying how comfort can derive from a pastel palette.

 

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Eny Lee Parker, clay inventor

 

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Shortly after discovering a book of vintage medical illustrations, Eny Lee Parker decided to translate those shapes into her creative domain, using them across various mediums from decorative objects to furniture, lighting and jewellery. The Georgia-based artisan uses her feed to share the complex realities of her fabricating processes interspersed with endearing moments with friends, family, her New York studio team, and to commemorate her past creations.

 

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Cassi Namoda, painter

 

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Despite being raised in the US, Namoda credits her Mozambique roots as inspiration for her art, particularly the country’s post-colonial identity and the polarities of joy and pain, filtered through the contextual lens of life during a pandemic. Her digital showcase exhibits her artwork alongside historical influences, favourite extracts, hobbies and glimpses of her studio life, shared with her siblings and pet dog.

 

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