By Anna Kocharian

Published on September 1, 2016

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Photography by @RISOTTOSTUDIO

@risottostudio

Print and design specialist Gabriella Marcella of Risotto Studio has a penchant for the bold and the vibrant. The Glasgow-based artist has a fearless approach to mixing and matching patterns with unique color combinations, and always has us coming back for more. 

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Photography by @SLOWDOWNSTUDIO

@slowdownstudio

When it comes to woven basics for the home, we’re all for taking a more playful approach to these items. Enter Slowdown Studio and their oh-so-on-trend collection of blankets and throws, which come in abstract patterns and bold color ways!

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Photography by @LEAMAUPETIT

@leamaupetit

We can’t decide what we love more: seeing Lea Maupetit’s stunning works of art, or following along her Parisian adventures. We would probably just have to go with both. We’ll never tire of seeing the illustrator’s unique take on art and the world!

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Photography by @KRISTINTEXEIRA
Kristin Texeira’s use of color in contrast is inspiring, to say the least. Her vibrantly assorted feed is only proof of her talent in creating abstract works of art based on unique color blends and modern collages.
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Photography by @ ANNAKOVECSES

@annakovecses

Hungarian illustrator Anna Kovceses’ colorful feed evokes a pang of nostalgia with its unfiltered perspective of life. Intermixed with snapshots of her darling family and snippets of her beautiful works of art, Kovceses’ feed is curated to perfection.

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Photography by @CASSBYRNES

@cassbyrnes

Textile artist Cassie Byrnes knows a thing or two about mixing patterns with a flawless feasibility. The Melbourne-based artist’s approach to mixing and matching contrasting motifs always has us in awe.

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Photography by @EMILYMISABELLA

@emilymisabella

Emily Isabella’s versatility across a number of mediums in art translates well for the illustrator and textile designer, who also occasionally dabbles in book packaging. The Hudson Valley-based artist’s work features a whimsical take on the everyday, complete with charming details and the most stunning pastel hues.

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Photography by @MARIAINESGUL

@mariainesgul

We’re following along the London-based visual artist, Maria-Ines Gul, for her darling illustrations that portray the whimsy of life, which entail a variety of mediums and textile narratives.

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Photography by @ BODILJANE

@bodiljane

Illustrator Bodil Jane’s unique eye captures the innate charm of nature, translating into stunning illustrations that showcase her powerful vision for the bright and the beautiful. This Amsterdam-based artist’s feed is filled with her lovely illustrations, which continue to inspire us on the daily!

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Photography by @ NANNA_PRIELER

@nanna_prieler

Nanna Prieler’s feed features a captivating array of art, travels, and inspired vignettes. Based in Vienna, the mixed media artist embodies the essence of effortless chicness and never fails to deliver on flawless design.  

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Photography by @ MIREIAYSUSCOSAS

@mireiaysuscosas

Our favorite thing about Mireia Ruiz’s feed is her abundant use of color and pattern. The artist and Creative Director of Cocolia Studio always has us in awe of her vibrant color pairings and well-defined visual graphics. 

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Photography by @ HIHOWAREYOUUU

@hihowareyouuu

Illustrator Rachel Peck sources her inspiration from children’s themes, cartoons, and 80’s nostalgia. One look at her beautifully curated feed, and we couldn’t agree more! Follow along for stunning graphics and an unfiltered glimpse of her life.

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Photography by @ RUBYST
London-based artist Ruby Taylor’s feed is all about color and playful style. The illustrator’s eye for design never fails to deliver when it comes to cheeky content and must-have stationery. You won’t want to miss this one!
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Photography by MARABOUDESIGN

@maraboudesign

Equal parts florals, art, and interiors, graphic artist Brandy Brown’s feed comes decked with all that inspire us in living and entertaining. Her envy-worthy knack for calligraphy and penchant for vintage stamps are only a few of the many reasons we’re following. 

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Photography by LEAHBARTHOLOMEW

@leahbartholomew

Artist and textile designer Leah Bartholomew’s work has not only appeared in a slew of our favorite interiors, but it strikes up some major incentive for us to completely redecorate our walls.