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@finfilm The Bulgarian animator and filmmaker Ivan Bogdanov is posting minimalist photos with a tasty touch of surrealism. Unidentified flying hats and giant dogs are all simply good photography – no Photoshop involved.
@dearjrnl For your daily dose of feminism in a square. In short, a Canadian duo is celebrating female writers by creating a magazine (by itself, it’s pretty cool) – this is their Instagram account. What to expect? Nothing short of inspiring biographies, corny jokes and indie art.
@rubyetc_ Probably one of the funniest people on Instagram – that is, if you find talking potatoes, dogs that are generally not impressed, and social awkwardness funny. The UK based artist is drawing in a very childlike, unpretentious style – bonus point for that, it fits the narrative.
@theblue_boys Raise your hand if a goofy photo of a dog can almost make you cry with happiness. Well, those two guys are the right ones for you then – two Staffies who like PJs, ice-cream, hugging, and long weekends in front of the TV. I’m not kidding, it’s all documented, go check it out.
@natalieliao_ If you don’t care for fashion, move on. But if you have realized how important a sense of style is – and I’m not talking fast fashion, I’m talking personal style – you need to follow Natalie. She’s a minimalist in the way that she does a lot with very little (think black jeans, leather jacket and white tshirt) – to study where does the magic happen, go follow her. And no, it’s not just for girls – the lesson is valuable for guys as well, duh.
@noelthearist Two years ago, hand-lettering was the next big thing for designers. Today, it’s the next big thing for all of us – you don’t need to know the first thing about graphic design to appreciate the beautiful flow and nicely crafted words. This dude is awesome, one of the many on the app who post quality lettering.
@food52 “How you eat is how you live”, as they put it themselves. The popular website is filled with ideas, recipes, basic lessons and advanced kitchen advice and is on Instagram – they share the best of what they do, so if you need inspiration for your next dinner, follow them.