5 More Artists You Should Check Out On Instagram

Illustrators and artists unite. Here’s to the artists keeping the world of print and illustration alive. 

Sha’an d’Anthes (@furrylittlepeach)

Meet Sydney-based artist, illustrator and author, Sha’an d’Anthes. Her love of primary colours and cute subject material draws you in and keeps you wanting more and more. Her insta feed is a combination of watercolour paintings, digital art and sketches that all tie together in one big colourful wonderland. With an illustrated children’s book, titled Zoom, under her belt, it leaves her followers wondering just what can’t she do! Sha’an also has a YouTube channel where she shows the behind-the-scenes of an artist’s life.


Emily Louise Howard (@thediggingestgirl)

Emily is a printmaker, illustrator and author based in the US. Her insta account is dedicated to her lino cuts and prints and she even treats her followers to time lapses or her carving sessions – they’re kind of mesmerising to watch!


Sara Boccaccini Meadows (@boccaccinimeadows)

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A snippet of some tropical blooms #hawaii 🌺🌿

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Sara specialises in illustration and pattern design. Her feed is currently a combination of lush greens and earthly designs. Her sketches are busy, and wonderful, and will give you serious envy. Sara is also an author of how-to book Botanical Painting.


Soosh (@vskafandre)

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• grandma Autumn • . . . all the time i wonder: how such a neurotic, paranoid, self-destructive human being as I am can think of and draw mostly cute, soft and heart-warming pictures? Why reality of my illustrations never depicts the constant darkness i am dwelling in?.. . It’s as if i’d been broken before i was born and instead of one soul with ups and downs, i ended up having two opposite: one is not only living in a fairytale world all the time, but constantly looking for, sketching and creating new worlds – being friends with mermaids, gnomes, fairies, elves and never ever parting with her child self; and another.. tormented every step i take. I just really don’t know how does it work.. • – • . . #bysoosh #illustrator #illustration #vskafandre #drawing #sketch #sketching #fairytail #gnome #sketchbook #watercolordrawing #arte #pencil #fantasy #kawaii #cute #random #book #colors #love #inspiration #kids #beautiful #jch #watercolor #art #artwork #autumn #primitive #instagood

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Soosh uses watercolours to create illustrations that scream storybook vibes. Her illustrations give a nod to our pasts and creates a sense of nostalgia for our childhood. Her insta page gives off a warm feeling of home and togetherness, which is depicted through scenes that are familiar to us. Soosh is also a published author, with children’s book Dad By My Side.


Liz (@bonjournal)

If minimalism is more your style, you have to check out @bonjournal. The clean lines and monotone scheme is sure to make your heart sing. Liz’s account is dedicated to bullet journal spreads and extremely handy and easy to follow flower tutorials.

If you missed FIB’s first round of recommendations, you can check them out here!

Let us know who your favourite artists is in the comments!