100% worth a follow.

We have some pretty incredible artists on Society6. Their artwork is awesome and their works in progress are equally as impressive. Jeff Hamada, founder of Booooooom, rounded up 20 S6 artists that we all should be following on Instagram.

If your Instagram feed could use a little more visual inspiration in the form of drawings and paintings, here’s a selection of talented Society6 artists and illustrators to check out! I tried to pick a variety of styles here so there’s something for everyone!

Chuan Jie Wang (aka Mojowang)

Quite a unique style and really lovely colour palette.

✍🏿

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Vivian Le

I can see a little James Jean in Vivian’s work, some really lovely stuff.

Sergio Lopez

Love seeing Sergio’s process from original sketches to finished paintings.

Nicole Xu

Another fav – love her ink drawings.

🙂🙃 #inkdrawing #illustration #illustrationartists #illustree

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Nick Sheehy

Oone of my all-time favs. Everything Nick creates feels like it comes straight out of a weird old encyclopedia.

Regina Rivas

Playful and fun, I like the simplest ones the best.

Equilibrio #artwork #illustration #illustrationoftheday

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Eero Lampinen

Next level illustrator, flawless linework.

The visitor 👻

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Wishcandy

Always love the attitude in Sashiko’s drawings.

Jack Teagle

Always dig Jack’s take on super heroes (but everything he makes is awesome).

Nightmare

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Gianpaolo Bertoncin (aka The Junkers)

Style reminds me a bit of Evan Hecox – technical but with soul.

Meredith Marsone

Love the paintings where Meredith incorporates these very raw textures.

Scott Listfield

I love space and absurd/surreal things so naturally I am a fan of Scott’s work. *Check this timelapse Society6 just did with him.

Sara Maese

Her thick lines and simple shapes have become her signature style.

Robert Carter

Really great at capturing a likenesses of someone.

Bruce Willis #BruceWillis #Red #actor #celebrity #portrait #painting #illustration #artofinstagram

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Carp Matthew

A wonderfully grotesque style on its way to something really interesting.

Natalie Foss

Those purples and blues are instantly recognizable and the eyes always have so much life in them.

Throwback! #tbt #alienation #zero #2014 #nataliefoss

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Sonia Alins

I especially love Sonia’s series of submerged people.

Jorge Luis Miraldo (aka Shorsh)

If you’re a fan of Beeple, you’ll like Jorge’s work.

Keep on ramblin. Check link in bio for tutorials, prints and more!

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Amalia Restrepo Aguirre

All the works with tigers are the best.

“WILD GEESE” by Mary Oliver. Part 2 • You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on your knees For a hundred miles through the desert, repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves. Tell me about your despair, yours, and I will tell you mine. Meanwhile the world goes on. Meanwhile the sun and the clear pebbles of the rain are moving across the landscapes, over the prairies and the deep trees, the mountains and the rivers. Meanwhile the wild geese, high in the clean blue air, are heading home again. Whoever you are, no matter how lonely, the world offers itself to your imagination, calls to you like the wild geese, harsh and exciting — over and over announcing your place in the family of things.

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Clara López

Really into all the recent paintings with the red color palette.

 

Follow @Society6 to discover even more artists to follow.

Feature image by Mojowang

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