Kalen Hollomon follows Camille Bidault-Waddington and New York photographers Andy Onerox and Daniel Arnold, All Over Press.
NYC artist Kalen Hollomon uses fashion imagery and pop culture to make unorthodox collages, and his ability to mash up different worlds has been a big hit on Instagram. Here are his Insta-choices for FF!
Andy keeps his followers in the loop by covering the contemporary art scene in NYC and beyond, but he’s also an artist himself, and his unmistakable photos of everyday objects that make up a feed of lovely abstracted images prove it.
Daniel is a photographer whose feed is made up of mostly candid shots of people in New York City. He has a knack for capturing that intangible essence in people that makes his account a really great mirror of New York City right now, and human nature in general.
Mae shoots pictures of herself as fictional characters she's created. They're exaggerated reflections of female (and sometimes male) archetypes, and they’re great because as humorous and bizarre as they often are, they also feel familiar.
Maybe it’s because she’s French, but stylist Camille Bidault-Waddington has a great filter and superior taste and she offers up a consistently elegant, confident and stylish feed of images that ooze glamour. She also takes a lot of foot selfies and she has amazing shoes.
Idea Books has been slinging vintage, rare and out of print design books since 1976 and I can only imagine what its storage looks like in Amsterdam. They seem to always know what to serve up as bait on Instagram and on Depop. Window-shopping with them is inspirational.
Illjahjah works with Mel Ottenberg, who works with Rihanna, so when she was booted off Instagram, this was a good feed to get an occasional glimpse of her. Beyond that, he manages to put together a nice assortment of vintage images and candid captures. I’m not a fan of the selfie in general, but I enjoy his. Always sexy.