10 Artists to Follow on Instagram

The content of great visuals is endless on Instagram these days, that’s why it’s always nice to have some suggestions. Here are 10 artists who you should give a follow on Instagram (plus a furry friend who likes art).

Aakash Nihalani’s sculpture, painting and street art pieces will make you wish you were interacting with his art right now.

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Follow here: @aakashnihalani

Cryptik creates beautifully detailed and intricate work large and small.

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Follow here:  @cryptyk

Zaria Forman’s stunningly realistic landscapes will make you question whether you’re looking a photograph or a painting.

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Follow here: @zarialynn

 Ermsy’s illustrations will brighten up your day.

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Follow here: @ermsy

JR’s never-ending adventure, thought provoking work and celebrity friends will keep you coming back for more.

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Follow here: @JR

Alex Garant paints portraits like you’ve never seen before.

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Follow here: @alexgarantart

Alexis Diaz’s detailed works of art will make you want to take a closer look.

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Follow Here: @alexis_diaz

Johanna’s striking drawings are even better when you realize they’re the size of a pencil.

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Follow here: @jackdevilart

Ian Cox’s photographs beautifully capture art in amazing settings.

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Follow here: @wallkandy

Mark Dargas’ large scale hyper-realistic portraits are so full of texture that you’ll want to touch them.

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Follow here: @mikedargas

Pickle is a bulldog that loves art. Who doesn’t want to follow a dog with a good social life?

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Follow here: @picklebeholding

We hope this helps your Instagram feed become a little more interesting to look at.

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