Becca Classon , @beccaclasson

Lovers of typography, stop-motion, and food unite! Becca Classon flawlessly combines several of my favorite things into her craft of tactile lettering and genius campaigns. I always enjoy seeing which unexpected item she’ll use next to form letters and patterns, but I also love seeing the behind-the-scenes videos she shares of her process.

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Olivia Herrick , @oliviaherrickdesign

Despite being a self-diagnosed chromophobe, the color combinations on Olivia’s page truly bring me such joy. I love her color combinations, organic shapes, and incorporation of fun quotes.

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Philip Boelter , @boelterdesignco

I could watch videos of Philip painting all day long. He’s the modern day Bob Ross. He has the steadiest hand, which makes his paintings look more like vector art than a hand drawn image, and I enjoy that he predominantly paints plants and flowers.

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Ali Beckman , @soflytaxidermy

I could watch videos of Philip painting all day long. He’s the modern day Bob Ross. He has the steadiest hand, which makes his paintings look more like vector art than a hand drawn image, and I enjoy that he predominantly paints plants and flowers.

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Alessandra Olanow, @aolanow

Alessandra has quickly become one of my favorite accounts to follow. I love her illustration style and relate to the content of her work (especially any coffee-related post). I also love her personal story of how she became an illustrator and her respect for neutral colors.


Dom & Dom, @allthatisshe

This account is so inventive, I’m not sure how to categorize it, but that’s actually what I like about it. Dom has looped her entire family into acting out different scenes that trick the eye, from camera tricks to stop-motion to matching outfits, and I find it fascinating.

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Booky Margoof, @bookymargoof

Booky Margoof is a toy maker and designer with a wild imagination. They use a mix of wood, plastic, and textiles to create fun creatures with a signature stamp of a smile. It’s so fun to see their different ideas come to life.

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Gemma Correll, @gemmacorrell

If you too love pug dogs and feel passionately about mental health advocacy, you’ll love Gemma Correll. Her illustrations are full of whit and the reality of being a millennial living with anxiety. Her illustration style is fun a quirky and her clever humor is unmatched.


Abbie Ren, @abbierenillustration

You’ve probably seen Abbie’s illustrations on Etsy and other retailers’ sites before. She makes the cutest alphabet prints, cards, stickers, wrapping paper, pins and anything adorable that you feel the need to collect. I also enjoy her organic illustration style mixed with hand lettering and clever content.

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Joy The Baker, @drakeoncake

Does food art count? If so, this account is definitely a favorite. As an amateur baker myself, I know how difficult it is to decorate a cake well, but Joy The Baker makes beautiful, edible creations and infuses them with my favorite musical artist. You can’t get better than that!