This week at TAE, we’re introducing our newest blog post “TAE’s favorite Instagrams”. It’s not easy to select just a few from the now 300 million Instagrammers and 70 million photos and videos each day. The hashtag “art” has over 81,188,778 posts, and that’s not even a sliver of hours and hours of scrolling.
Each month we will be scouting the most eye catching art work and creativity from across the social media platform. Want to submit to our monthly Instagram round up here at TAE?
Be sure to #theartelephant on your next favorite post for a chance to be featured in our blog and follow @theartelephant for your daily art cravings!
Mixed Media: Free People featured this perfect mash-up by photographer @miannscanlan and illustrator @aubsevans.
Neon Installations: Nice Orderly Secrets (with a secret e-shop revealing soon) features old and new materials for curated visuals. Recently, they shared some of their own inspiration including this neon sign installation.
Candy Land: The graphic artists @craigandkarl outdid themselves for the upcoming Chinese New Year (on Feb. 19), with a 607-foot-long carpet of candy installed in Chengdu by over 2,000 volunteers. The piece was featured on @tmagazine as well. Yum!
Pre-Yonce: Before Queen B, she was the ultimate lady in style, class and demeanor: Miss Audrey Hepburn. Need we say more?
Slice of Heaven: Stylist @coryn_madley shared this dazzling close up of a geode crystal, proving mother nature really is the ultimate artist.
Welcome to Hollywood: Wall mural by Kim West shows the beauty behind animalistic survival in LA’s Art District.
Too Pretty To Eat: Nordic chef Rene Redzepi is re-inventing the art of food through his restaurant noma. Check out this gorgeous rhubarb and grilled elm seed bouquet.
Nuclear Explosion Goggles: Please note, for single-use only.
Walks of Life: Photographer Darren Twin brings the extinct back to life tenfold in his signature photography, which was also highlighted as one of Instagram’s featured accounts!
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