The creative muse can be sidelined by any number of distractions—Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram chief among them. But what if we told you that it’s possible to combine the lures of social media with the spark of creativity? For a daily dose of design inspiration, check out these 10 accounts.
The Guardian’s Deputy Creative Director highlights some of the British daily’s best forays into high design.
Sovierajski is a Brooklyn-based designer and art director with a flair for densely layered, OpArt-inspired visual freak outs.
Type designer Riley Cran’s feed is filled with the best of vintage lettering and his own typographic experiments.
A brand and design consultancy based out of London and Mallorca, Atlas’ Instagram account features elegant work in brand identity and graphic design.
Omaha-based illustrator Matt Carlson seems to have sprung from the world of the 1930s Federal Art Project, known for their stunning posters and portraits of America’s National Parks.
Cover Junkie does pretty much what the title promises—delivers a daily fix of the coolest magazine covers from around the world.
We’re not entirely sure how to to pronounce it, but this design studio’s bold, bright visual treatments are no mystery, combining cutesy stop-motion animations with Technicolor fantasia.
Palm trees tripping balls and enigmatic, bow-tied dogs form just part of Steven Harrington’s psychedelic universe. The LA-based artist/designer is perhaps best known for his streetwear collaborations and large-scale installations.
The Barcelona-based designers at Hey Studio have a predilection for bold colors and elegant text treatments.
The Malaysia-born Hong Yi (better known as “Red”) repurposes everyday materials like egg shells and tea bags to create stunning portraits, design work, and installation pieces.