@s_harrington – Looking for California psychedelic-pop? Look no further than Steven Harrington. Colors used in his work embody the California landscape, from the ocean to the desert.
50 Designers You Should Follow on Instagram (In No Particular Order), Part 2
@anthonyburrill – If we could have all of Anthony Burrill’s prints on our walls, we would. Unfortunately, our offices don’t have enough wall space.
@kristianhay – When it comes to innovative logo design, Kristian has it in the bag. Typography combined with minimalism? This aesthetic is key.
@dschwen – A collaborative studio, colorful works embody this group of designers. Check our their illustrations too!
@robdraper1 – As we’ve said, the importance of lettering has come back in a big way. Artist Rob Draper constructs beautiful designs for brands, retail, apparel, and more!
@rileycran – Package design makes a difference in how your brand is received. Riley Cran knows the difference that a good package design makes, and passionately churns out designs that keep you looking for more.
@mrseaves101 – Also known as Gemma O’Brien, this artist is spreading the work about hand-lettering, typography, and illustration. She’s worked for some big clients, so you may even be familiar with her work.
@erikmarinovich – Based in San Francisco, Erik and associated Friends of Type have been tasked with drawing letters and logos for big players, such as Nike, Target, and Facebook, to name a few.
@steveespopowers – You won’t be short on inspiration on this Instagram feed. We were excited to see his work in the Brooklyn Museum a few weeks ago, meaning that checking this account out is more than worthwhile.
@nicholasmoegly – Cincinnati designer, illustrator, and hand-letterer that creates designs for a number of mediums. Clean, fresh designs that resonate.
@willbryantplz – Humor and commerce and fun and positivity all collide in sculpture, still life, and illustration.
@beccaclason – You think you know lettering, but you don’t even know until you’ve seen the innovative concepts and stop motion animations from Becca Clason.
@tadcarpenter – Tad Carpenter’s designs, illustrations, and branding methods are uniquely his own. You will be sure not to forget these designs after following!
@homsweethom – Bright color palettes and playful lettering characterize the work of traveling designer Lauren Hom.
@joshuanoom – Detailed and bold illustrations combined with organic typography embodies the work of Joshua Noom. Simple, yet effective.
@pavlovvisuals – Design firm based in the United States and Amsterdam that takes an innovative look on design.
@katemoross – If color and energetic squiggles are your things, you’ll be interested in following Kate Moross. Color, color, color.
@jessicawalsh – We’ve reposted some of Jessica Walsh’s work on our Instagram with good reason- it’s great. Don’t take our word for it.
@letasobierajski – Her work is a combination of traditional graphic design elements with photography, art, and styling for a one of a kind visual signature.
@jenmussari – Lettering, illustration, fine art, and design collide in Jen Mussari’s work. This is another one you’ve seen before!
Designers are always fun to follow online, and you’ll know that your feed is less filled with breakfast sandwiches and selfies and more filled with art. Follow these artists for a daily dose of inspiration, and @TailorBrands just because!