IRMA´S favourite Art accounts to follow on Instagram

We are in the middle of summer and ArtBasel and the Venice Art Bienale are just a few venues to look at now. If you are not travelling we made it easy for you and selected the best art accounts on Instagram for you that satisfy our need for all things aesthetically pleasing. Follow the accounts of artists and art darlings which are great inspiration not only for their art work but also for their personality, talent and killer aesthetics that will leave you dreaming of a career in art curation or just for the pleasure of your visual passion.


Caroline Walls

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ABOUT: With a strong sense of colour and graphic form, Australian artist Caroline Walls showcases her graphic silk screen prints based on the human form.


Clare Celeste Börsch

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ABOUT: The Berlin-based artist creates the most wonderful collages that are both feminine and quirky.



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ABOUT: You can’t stop looking at his movies on how to draw single line skulls or animals in a super clean aesthetic. It’s almost therapy.


Evi O

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ABOUT: Evi O, originally from Indonesia, is a super design hero, she has rocked Australia with her designs for Penguin Books.


Piluca Valverde

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ABOUT: Where fashion & art meet, a project by Piluca Valverde Madrid. For every magazine and history lover it’s a feast to look at her account and the way she finds and matches imagery.


Frédéric Forest 

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ABOUT: With his minimalist thin line drawings, illustrator Frédéric Forest has come a long way from his humble beginnings selling drawings in the streets of New York. He has worked for big-name brands, such as Cartier and Adidas, and collaborated with famous designers.


Ines Longevial

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ABOUT: The Paris-based art director and illustrator creates beautiful paintings of intertwined bodies, breaking up the human figure into segments in a fashion Picasso himself would admire, rendering different parts in contrasting but muted colour palettes to disguise the physicality of her subjects.


Laura Wells

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ABOUT: It all started when a dormant artist quit her day job, moved to a remote town in the deepest south of the USA and picked up her much-neglected art tools… Australian artist, Laura Wells is not one for routine, sharing her artistic eye across multiple visual art disciplines including painting, photography and illustration. Her work has a figurative focus but she is not afraid to explore landscape-esk subject matter also.


Yael Hupert

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Read more about the painter in our story. Here


Maison Nue

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ABOUT: This Parisian multi-skilled creative studio founded in 2012 is inspired by the new and the now, the studio crafts images and creative strategies touching on art direction, design, digital, brand content, video and photography with a minimal and bold attitude.

IRMA travels the world, writes and illustrates the life she lives.

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