July 27

5 Truly Inspiring Instagram Accounts You Need to Follow

If you’re running low on inspiration, let MUSE guide you to some of our current favourite Instagram feeds that are definitely worth a follow.


‘Knot to self’ is an apparel and accessory brand created by Oly & Yossi Shamrik, a couple with a unique vision. Their elegant and truly unique style is reflected in their social activity through an intriguing feed of dark, alternative and moody compositions.


Coffee & Newspaper / Pattern of life subjected to some bumps. KNOTTOSELF.com | #knottoself #stumptowncoffee #latimes

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Artist, illustrator and designer Margo creates a beautiful concept of home interiors and design paired with her nature-inspired artwork. One to watch if you love all things green.




One for the artsy people out there. Studio Messa are an established studio that create extraordinary events from concept to delivery, through unconventional design ideas. Their Instagram account will quench your thirst for artistically curated content. Everything about this feed is on point – colours, shapes, textures…enjoy!


Verge | Cover #photography from the #book #Adaptation by @malindalo | #bookcover #coverart #submerge

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Al is a wonderfully talented creature from California, she makes striking wooden artwork inspired purely from landscape and travel. Her Instagram feed is a reflection of her work and inspiration, with beautifully warm wooden and tan tones – a colour palette sure to please your eyes. Texture is not missing either, scroll down to look at some amazing shots of majestic canyons.



A truly amazing journey following Andrea’s adventures travelling the world and reporting on the most incredible landscapes, from secluded lakes to misty mountains, lonely cabins in the woods to deserted beaches to endless roads. We can guarantee you’ll be booking a holiday by the time you’re done with this feed!


I want to go back in the air ?

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