5 Instagram Accounts to Follow for Design Inspiration in March 2018

Instagram is currently the fastest growing social network platform going from 600 million to 800 million active users in the past 12 months. This image-based platform let’s you capture your life, upload your work, and follow some of the most creative minds on the planet. Each month we will give you some of our favorites to follow. Here is a list of 5 accounts to follow for design inspiration.

1.) Steve Harrington (@s_harrington)

Growing up with the same name as the football-headed cartoon, I was always asked if I saw the show “Hey Arnold”. I’m sure Steve Harrington is getting the same treatment ever since Stranger Things was released. This Los Angeles-based artist/designer is best known for his psychedelic-pop style. His work ranges from drawings on the surface of Air Force Ones sneakers to installation exhibits downtown Los Angeles and makes for a fun account to follow.


2.) Type (@type__type)

This is one of those annoying instagram accounts with two underscores in their usernames but that’s beside the point. They post some super cool collections. For each typeface you can swipe right to see different uses of each font. It’s a brilliant use for the multiple photos in one post feature. It’s currently one of my go-to accounts to get the juices flowing, so I definitely recommended checking them out if you’re looking layout inspiration or new fonts.


3.) Lauren Hom (@homsweethom)

Lauren Hom ia a designer and letterer who runs the studio Hom Sweet Hom in Detroit. Lauren has created work for clients like Starbucks, Google, AT&T, YouTube and TIME Magazine. Her instagram is full of bright and playful letterforms but if you’re interested in more of her work check out here book for sale here.


4.) Anna Dorfman (@doorsixteen)

When I think about cool designers, I think about Dorfman. She is a book cover designer and blogger who snap photos of her work, Brooklyn life, and her adorable dog Fritz! Check out her blog at http://www.doorsixteen.com.


5.) Kelli Anderson (@kellianderson)

With work ranging from interactive paper to layered websites, Kelli’s instagram of tinkering experiments will inspire you to turn grab an X-ACTO knife and turn your parking ticket into a masterpiece. Also, her pop-up pinhole camera can be found on sale now at MoMA.


Those are your 5 account to follow this month. For design quotes and more follow http://instagram.com/designrmagazine

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