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We’ve been hanging out on our story all Grammys weekend with artist Alicia Keys (@aliciakeys), who is hosting for the second time and also performing. Ahead of the big @recordingacademy event, she’s been sharing what it takes to prepare. But in the wake of today’s news that NBA legend #Kobe Bryant had passed, everyone needed to regroup. For Alicia, it was important to honor the NBA legend, who played for 20 years on the Los Angeles Lakers at the Staples Center, where the Grammys are held. “I think we figured out how to really bring honor and love his way, in his house,” explains Alicia. “We’re lifting each other up with love and appreciation and celebrating his life.” ❤️
Happy #LunarNewYear and greetings from Bali, where food artist Yuwita Dewi (@yuwitadewi) celebrates with family, friends and her signature tangyuan. “It brings so many beautiful memories and it’s a part of my family’s tradition,” she says of the traditional Chinese dessert. Her hope for this new year? “I hope to be happier. I believe good energy will attract great things.” Photo by @yuwitadewi
Urias Martins da Silva (@uriasss) is never more at home than when she’s strutting her stuff on the runway. “Fashion is my comfort zone,” says the Brazilian model and singer. Urias, who is transgender, has impacted the LGBTQ community in Brazil and beyond. “Never doubt yourself,” says the 25-year-old, who has a strong message for anyone facing the same battles she has. “A lot of people are gonna make you feel down — don’t let them take your shine.” With the launch of her first album coming later this year, Urias is ready to take 2020 by storm. “I got a lot to say,” she says. “I’m gonna take over the world this year.” 💅🏽💪🏽 This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡ Photo of @uriasss by @jeffsouzaphotography
Karen Ip (@fruitypoppin) knows how it feels to pop off. The 19-year-old became a meme after one of her videos went up. “My mom called me for dinner and I shouted in Chinese, ‘I’m recording,’” says Karen. Now, the Toronto resident — who was born in Hong Kong — shares her love for makeup alongside fun takes on her Chinese roots, like videos where she does her chores using 🥢. She’s inspired by the #asianappreciation movement, where Asian North Americans and Canadians celebrate their cultural heritage. “Don’t be afraid of who you really are because people will love the true you no matter what,” says Karen. This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡️ Video by @fruitypoppin
Adrian Steckeweh (@omega.c) has a warped sense of reality. The German architect, who lives in Japan, spends his downtime creating AR camera effects that play with materials and our imagination. “People assume the tentacles in my filter are flexible. But do they feel hard and dry like rubber or are they soft and slimy like jellyfish? Everybody has their own answer depending on their unique experiences,” says Adrian. “I enjoy seeing people moving their head around, ‘feeling’ my filters and unwillingly creating the characteristics of those virtual materials in their mind.” 🤯 This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡️Check out our story and @design to learn more about Adrian’s work, and follow to see more stories about design around the world. Video by @omega.c
As one of Japan’s top competition boulderers, 22-year-old climber Miho Nonaka (@nonaka_miho) is aiming for gold at Tokyo 2020, where climbing makes its Olympic debut. But it’s not just about winning, says Miho, who was crowned Bouldering World Champion of the 2018 season. “Part of the appeal of climbing is that I can show how strong women are,” she says. “I hope that by doing my best in climbing, I can provide inspiration for women who work hard in all kinds of fields.” 🧗🏻♀️💪 This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡ Photo of @nonaka_miho by @thomas_schermer
Parker Kit Hill (@parkerkithill) refuses to be pigeonholed. “I don’t fit into any one box,” says the breakout star who acts, dances, models and more. Parker started posting videos online when he was just 17, and quickly picked up a following for his fierce attitude and outrageous sense of fun. Now 23, having come of age in selfie mode, he’s never tried to fit a mold in order to fit in. “I was always outcasted, bullied, ostracized and picked on for wanting to be me,” says Parker. “When people recognize me in public it kinda reminds me that I’m not this small-town boy anymore — and that what I’m doing means a lot to people.” 🤗 This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡ Photo by @parkerkithill
#HelloFrom Taimu Mountain in Fujian, China, where this bronze temple seems to float in thin air. Say #HelloFrom your part of the world. ❤️ Please submit your own photos and videos to the project using the #HelloFrom hashtag. Any tagged visual shared with the hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured. Photo by @nk7
She’s on top of the world. Meet Coco (@cocothemaltesedog), today’s #WeeklyFluff who said hello from the 102nd floor of the Empire State Building. When she’s not traveling to take in the sights, Coco volunteers as a therapy dog at her local children’s hospital in Phoenix, spreading joy and happiness. 💕 Photo by @cocothemaltesedog
Finger dancing. It’s a thing. Just ask Ryoga (@ryoga_xtrap), who with his dance crew XTRAP brings “tutting” to the masses. “Tutting is based on grids and geometric shapes — creating interesting illusions using spaces,” says the Japanese performer. “I literally dance with my fingers.” This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡️ Videos by XTRAP (@ryoga_xtrap, @zange_xtrap and @kenshin_xtrap) with @hok @axyzm
Sisters Sara and Avni Deshmukh (@iconicakes) are London teens who post daily videos with a unique, kooky style. In their posts, their bond is visible. But in reality, they’re polar opposites. “I’m spontaneous and just do whatever I feel like,” says 18-year-old Sara. “My personality is more calm and collected,” says 16-year-old Avni. The pair is not afraid to poke fun at themselves, but there is a message in the madness. “We think it’s important to be visible as two brown girls, so we can show younger girls there are people out there just like them.” 🙏🏽💕 This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). And to learn more about the sisters head to @creators — the place to learn more about what it takes to be a creator from the team at Instagram, and the amazing creators who inspire us every day. ⚡️ Photo by @iconicakes
Luca Mastroianni’s (@loucamastro) surreal photography is straight out of fantasyland. “I like weird things like retro-futurism, nature and religious imagery,” says the 19-year-old student, “but the starting point is always fashion.” What began as a way to make his selfies stand out led to the photographer shooting billboard campaigns — but he still keeps things DIY. “I’m constantly photographing elements of my daily life to use in future projects,” he says. 📸 ✨ Learn more about Luca on today’s story, and follow along this month as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡️#2020Vision Photo by @loucamastro
Juliana Horner (@vesperucca) is not your average Earth-dwelling creative and makeup artist. “I like creating things that invoke the nostalgia of a different planet — bending themes and images and my face and words to touch on something you may have seen in a dream,” says Juliana, who owns the cosmetics company @claropsyche where she shares her passion for saturated tones with collections that sell out fast. Her looks have inspired a cult-like following in the #mua community, but when she’s offline she prefers to stay incognito. “I used to wear my looks out more, but now I don’t as much,” she says. “I don’t want to have a conversation about my face. But online, I’ll happily do it all day!” 👩🏼🎤 This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡️ Photo by @vesperucca
In an ultimate matchup of the 🐅, the LSU Tigers (@lsufootball) claimed a well-earned victory over the Clemson University Tigers (@clemsonfb) in last night’s 2020 College Football Playoff national championship (@cfbplayoff), hosted in New Orleans. 🏆 Watch our story to catch 20 prime-time moments from the big game. #geauxtigers 😉🏈
“I grew up being told that black, fat women aren’t seen as feminine,” says model La’Shaunae Steward (@luhshawnay). “The world tells us that we can’t do what we want because we don’t have ‘the look.’” But since she started modeling four years ago, La’Shaunae has already walked in New York Fashion Week. The 23-year-old is adamant that the best is yet to come: “When I see more of us on the cover of major publications, not just used for shock value, then I’ll feel like my message to the world has been successful.” 🙌🏾 This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡️ Photo by @luhshawnay
Lolo Zouaï (@lolozouai) writes heartfelt music that embraces the highs and the lows. “I talk about feeling disconnected from my dad’s Algerian roots, and I think a lot of people have related to that,” says the artist, who grew up in San Francisco. “My music is just about feeling what you’re feeling and acknowledging it.” When Lolo’s breakout track “High Highs to Low Lows” went viral, a global community sprang up around the artist. “It’s not a superficial community, it’s real feelings and real stories,” says the 24-year-old. “I value it.” 💞 This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡️ Photo of @lolozouai by @murielmargaret_
At 6’5” and with a fierce sense of style, lifelong class clown Denzel Dion (@denzeldion) can’t help but stand out. “I was always the big kid in class and it just made me feel like an outsider, so I cracked jokes to distract from my size,” says the 21-year-old professional prankster, who’s also famous for his viral videos, namely his hilarious celebrity commentaries. “The message I hope to share is that you can be yourself. You have a voice and should never mute it or dim your light just to please others.” 🌟 This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡ Video by @denzeldion
Aggie Nam’s (@3217_3217_3217) sculptural eyewear transforms ordinary spectacles into something spectacular. “Think of it as a facial accessory or decoration,” says Aggie of her wild, nonfunctional creations. The Korean designer of @godsomware makes everything by hand, often incorporating everyday objects like earrings and scissors in unexpected ways. “Sometimes ideas suddenly pop into my head and when it happens, I don’t hesitate and get straight to work,” says Aggie. “Some take me as little as 10 minutes to make and others can keep me up working all night long. My work is more about quantity than quality.” 👀💥 Learn more about Aggie on today’s story, and follow along this month as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond).⚡#2020Vision Photos by @3217_3217_3217
Melati Wijsen founded Bye Bye Plastic Bags (@byebyeplasticbags) with younger sister Isabel when they were just 10 and 12 years old. Their fight against plastic pollution paid off last June when plastic bags, straws and Styrofoam were banned in Bali, where they live. “Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago with only ocean separating our 17,000 islands,” says Melati, now 18. “And yet we are the world’s second-largest source of marine plastic pollution. Plastic is everywhere.” Now with Youthtopia, a peer-to-peer education program, the activist is empowering more young people to fight for the causes they believe in. “If not us, then who?” she says. “If not now, then when?” ✊🏼🌈 This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡️ Photo by @melatiwijsen
Alyssa Carson (@nasablueberry) isn’t just heading for big things — she’s heading straight for Mars. The 18-year-old is prepping for the first mission to the red planet as part of space academy @project_possum, a NASA-supported program for citizen scientists, making her the youngest-ever trainee astronaut. “Colonization may not happen in my lifetime, but the beginning definitely will,” she says. “I hope to inspire other kids to follow their dreams, because it definitely doesn’t get much crazier than what I’m doing.” 🚀☄️ This month, we’re looking to the future with #2020Vision. Follow along as we share the stories of 20 people to watch in 2020 (and beyond). ⚡️ Photo by @nasablueberry
Tonight on our story: We’re at the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards (@goldenglobes) with actress and singer Sofia Carson (@sofiacarson) whose thoughts on hosting the red carpet for the first time are giving us all the feels. 🥰 “I feel deeply honored to be a part of the magic that is the historic Golden Globes,” said Sofia. “Pinch me, please.” 💖✨ For more pinch-me moments, head over to our story to see the star-studded event that highlights the best in television and film. 🎞🎥📺
It’s #GoldenGlobes weekend and we are spending the day with first-time nominee Cynthia Erivo (@cynthiaerivo), who’s portrayal of Harriet Tubman in the new film “Harriet” has earned her not one, but two nominations. But the actress and singer-songwriter is a seasoned pro when it comes to playing strong female leads — from Broadway to film and now television, she is on an unstoppable roll. 🎭🎬📺 “Because of all the characters I’ve played — Celie, Harriet and now Aretha — I have been lucky enough to learn about resilience and the power of the woman and the strength within. And to learn about the fact that I’m enough, and you’re enough.” 💕✨ Head over to our story to see what the actress is up to before the @goldenglobes ... and trust us, you’ll want to listen with sound on. 🔉🎶😉
Hello higher self, it me. 👋 “The new year is a great way to refresh,” says illustrator and tarot card creator Danielle Noel (@daniellenoel.art). “Setting intentions does not need to be stressful, as we can take tiny, gentle steps by simply first checking in with ourselves.” #ThisWeekOnInstagram Illustration by @daniellenoel.art
When #NewYearsEve means going out all night AND seeing the sun rise and shine. 🌚✨☀️ Sisters Liberty (@liberty.mai) and Mathilda Mai (@mathilda.mai) are ready to ring in the new year with looks inspired by the celestial sky. “Wear an outfit that's mind-blowingly out of this world,” the Maibee (@mai.bees) designers say. “Just make sure you can still dance in it.” #ThisWeekOnInstagram Photo illustrations by @liberty.mai and @mathilda.mai
“When I was a kid, I wanted to be an astronaut,” says artist Scott Listfield (@scottlistfield). “I thought I’d grow up and live on the moon with my robot best friend and my flying car.” 👨🚀🌒💫 Scott’s home isn’t off Earth (yet), but he’s made more than 400 paintings featuring the same astronaut exploring the unknown. “I find the deserts and mountains of California to be as beautifully strange and alien as the moon,” says Scott, who lives in Los Angeles. #ThisWeekOnInstagram Illustration by @scottlistfield
For Dutch pastry chef and chocolatier Robin Hoedjes (@robin_hoedjes), working with chocolate is an art form. “All sorts of things matter,” he says. “It’s important what materials you’re using, the temperature, the environment that you’re working in. There is so much that goes into it.” When the winter holidays arrive, Robin and his team at @huizevanwely unleash their creativity in the form of precisely crafted chocolate ⛄️ and 🌲. Feast your 👀 on Robin’s chocolate treats on today’s episode of #HiddenGems.
Makeup artist Kaneshia Shana (@kaneshiashana) loves getting all wrapped up for the holidays. 🍭 “I love that this look makes you think of the holidays as soon as you see it,” says Kaneshia, who lives in northern Virginia. “Halloween and Christmas are my favorite times to create because I can do as many outside-of-the-box looks as I want and everyone enjoys them.” #ThisWeekOnInstagram Photo by @kaneshiashana
A smoothie may not be your typical holiday drink, but these festive concoctions by Hazel Zakariya (@hazelzakariya) might change your mind. “The holiday season just feels magical, cozy and festive all around,” says the London-based food artist, who uses natural ingredients to create incredible smoothies. “I feel that it’s important to spread love and kindness even through art.” #ThisWeekOnInstagram Photo by @hazelzakariya
When life gives you sprinkles, make doughnuts. Food blogger and TV host Molly Yeh’s (@mollyyeh) kitchen cupboards are stacked to the brim with colorful icings, tasty treats and, most of all, countless varieties of sprinkles. “I feel like you can never have a bad day if you eat something with sprinkles,” says Molly. 💗🎉 Right now on our story, Molly celebrates the first night of #Hanukkah as she whips up some homemade, sprinkle-covered sufganiyot — deep-fried, jelly-filled doughnuts that are traditionally eaten during the Jewish holiday. 🍩🤤 Photo of @mollyyeh by @chantell_lauren
Based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Kaloka Pottery (@kalokapottery) is a studio that creates handmade ceramics. The founder of Kaloka Pottery is Francisca Puspitasari, better known as Kika. “For me, building a business while building a community is very important,” Kika explains. “Why? Because you can’t grow by yourself. You grow together.” 🥣✨ In our limited series #founders, we shared the stories of amazing small business owners from all over the world.
Based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Kaloka Pottery (@kalokapottery) is a studio that creates handmade ceramics. The founder of Kaloka Pottery is Francisca Puspitasari, better known as Kika. “For me, building a business while building a community is very important,” Kika explains. “Why? Because you can’t grow by yourself. You grow together.”
Spend the day on a Seoul adventure with actress Lana Condor (@lanacondor) for #TeachMe, our new IGTV series where your favorite stars learn new things with amazing creators from the Instagram community. Hang out with Lana in South Korea’s capital as she picks up new makeup skills from @risabae_art, K-pop dance moves from @somsomi0309 and iconic Korean dishes with @henryl89. 🔥 And P.S. ✨we are SO EXCITED to announce the trailer for “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” is out NOW on @toalltheboysnetflix IGTV. 🤗
Actress Lana Condor (@lanacondor) was recently in South Korea filming the third installment of @toalltheboysnetflix. We spent the day with her on a soul-filled Seoul adventure for #TeachMe, our new IGTV series where your favorite stars learn new things with amazing creators from the Instagram community. And P.S. ✨we are SO EXCITED to announce the trailer for “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” is out NOW on @toalltheboysnetflix IGTV. 🤗
Smoothing out wrinkles is oddly satisfying — which is exactly what 3D artist Antonio Mele (@antonio3dee) is aiming for with his hypnotic, digital chain-reaction based animations. “The key element of my videos is the moment in which there is the element of satisfaction for the user,” says Antonio, who is often inspired by everyday objects. “Seeing my videos makes people relax and travel with the mind for a few seconds, pulling the plug from their routine and problems for a moment.” Video by @antonio3dee
Illustrator Ed Merlin Murray (@e_merlin_m) begins all his projects the old-fashioned way — with a real-life drawing using paper and ink. “This satisfies a daily need to make things with my hands,” says Ed, who lives in northern England. “Going on to make these things move, even in the most simple way, still seems like a type of magic to my childlike brain.” A former DJ and producer, Ed created the music to accompany this turntable-based phenakistoscope animation, which began as a flip book, then was translated into the circle format. “It was nice to be able to join up my love of drawing and animation with my love of turntablism and music,” he says. Video by @e_merlin_m
Benjamin Guillaume, aka Birdy, likes to channel his childhood soul in his colorful, playful, looping digital animations. “I love to play with the idea that an action always causes another, and I enjoy creating a surprise through the action that is generated,” says the creative director and head of ELMØ studio (@elmotionlab). “The loop is very important. It enables the viewer to enjoy the work indefinitely, and closely watch the details they could have missed.” #ThisWeekOnInstagram Video by @elmotionlab
#HelloFrom Tønsvik, Norway, where a reindeer herd grazes peacefully beneath the northern lights. “This peninsula is located down by the fjord in the countryside, outside of the city of Tromsø,” says reindeer herder Johan Isak Oskal (@tromsoarcticreindeer). “It makes a natural safe haven for the reindeer against predators.” Photo by @eventyr
Youssouf Fofana is one of the #founders of Maison Château Rouge (@maisonchateaurouge), a clothing brand named for Château Rouge, a neighborhood located in Paris’ 18th arrondissement. “It’s a neighborhood that looks like me — it’s located in Paris with an African soul,” explains Youssouf. “And I consider myself that way too. I am Parisian, but I have an African soul that is linked to the culture my parents instilled in me.” 🙏🏿✨ “When I wanted to launch the clothing brand, it was obvious to me to capitalize in this neighborhood,” he says. In our limited series #founders, we’re sharing the stories of amazing small business owners like Youssouf from all over the world. Photo by @lebougmelo
Youssouf Fofana is one of the #founders of Maison Château Rouge (@maisonchateaurouge), a clothing brand named for the Château Rouge neighborhood, located in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. “When I wanted to launch the clothing brand, it was obvious to me to build it in this neighborhood,” says Youssouf, who grew up in Paris and connects deeply with his Senegalese roots. In our limited series #founders, we’re sharing the stories of amazing small business owners from all over the world.
After Batsheva Hay quit her job as a lawyer seven years ago, her fashion shifted. “All I was wearing was vintage clothing, and I would go into department stores and I just couldn’t find anything new that I liked that was as much fun to me as the vintage clothing,” she says. So she started making her own vintage-inspired clothes, and then in 2016 she started a dress company, Batsheva (@batshevadress), where she takes elements from other eras — from Victorian to pioneer to hippie — and gives them a modern twist. To find out more about Batsheva and her dresses, head over to @shop – THE account where you can discover and shop from up-and-coming designers. ❤️🌟 Photo by @alexeihay
This isn’t a camera trick. “My favorite part of this video is that people would never know how many takes I tried,” says illusionist Henry Harrius (@henryharrius), who specializes in close-up and interactive magic. “We filmed this outdoors, so the wind made it much harder. I also wanted to try to catch the cards without looking. That's why it took so many takes to make it work.” Do you believe in magic? ✨ #ThisWeekOnInstagram we are showcasing the art of illusion. Who are your favorite illusionists? Video by @henryharrius
Today we’re hitting the gym with the one and only Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (@therock), who is sharing his condensed life story in between morning workouts. 🏋️♀️✨ Learn all about the wrestler-turned-actor and star of the upcoming @jumanjimovie on our latest episode of #ThreeMinuteAutobiography. Check it out right now on our IGTV.
Anton Thallner (@antonthallner) doesn’t mind bending the rules. “I love using animation, design and visual effects techniques to bend reality, tell stories and share my perspective of the world,” says the motion designer and visual effects director. “Usually it’s a simple ‘what if’ that pops into my head and I begin to obsess over it.” Do you believe in magic? ✨ #ThisWeekOnInstagram we are showcasing the art of illusion. Who are your favorite illusionists? Video by @antonthallner
“I try to design my videos like a card trick. I want you to know there’s some trickery going on, but I’ll make it as difficult as possible for you to spot where it’s happening,” says visual effects artist and stop-motion animator Kevin Parry (@kevinbparry). “My absolutely favorite part about this video is seeing people pour over the little details and debate how it was done,” he says. “I love hearing theories that are completely wrong!” Do you believe in magic? ✨ #ThisWeekOnInstagram we are showcasing the art of illusion. Who are your favorite illusionists? Video by @kevinbparry
#HelloFrom Cappadocia, Turkey, a surreal landscape of rock formations — sometimes called fairy chimneys — that have been sculpted by volcanoes, wind, rain and ice over many millions of years. “Since I had already seen hundreds of photos of hot air balloons in Cappadocia before, my eyes automatically searched for something different,” says photographer and content creator Helin Bereket (@helinbereket), who took this photo from a hot air balloon. “Then, there it was: vintage cars in an almost otherworldly landscape. It looked like a scene from a movie.” Photo by @helinbereket
Natalie Glaze and Zanna van Dijk met because of Instagram. Today, they’re the #founders of Stay Wild Swim (@staywildswim), a sustainable swimwear brand designed and stitched in London. 💕 The pair’s deep connection to sustainability and the ocean inspired them to start the company together. But neither had a formal background in fashion. “For us, there was so much bliss in the naiveté of just beginning our business,” explains Zanna. “We started out not really knowing what we were getting ourselves into and gave it a go — and the next thing you know, we’re in up to our necks.” 🌊✨ In our limited series #founders, we’re sharing the stories of amazing small business owners from all over the world. A new episode will be available every Saturday until Christmas. To see even more #founders stories, check out @instagramforbusiness
Natalie Glaze and Zanna van Dijk met because of Instagram. Today, they’re the #founders of Stay Wild Swim (@staywildswim), a sustainable swimwear brand designed and stitched in London. 💕 The pair’s deep connection to sustainability and the ocean inspired them to start the company together. But neither had a formal background in fashion. “For us, there was so much bliss in the naiveté of just beginning our business,” explains Zanna. “We started out not really knowing what we were getting ourselves into and gave it a go — and the next thing you know, we’re in up to our necks.” To see even more #founders stories, check out @instagramforbusiness
Victoria Garrick (@victoriagarrick) is no stranger to finding balance in the face of pressure. As a public speaker, content creator and former student athlete, she speaks openly about the real pressures of social comparison. “The pressure to be perfect stems from a societal belief that perfection is the only way to be good enough,” says Victoria. “I tried to attain these unrealistic standards of beauty, get straight As in school, become a star athlete and constantly seem happy. I was so consumed with portraying a perfect image and pretty Instagram aesthetic that I lost sight of what it meant to be me,” she says. “When I finally realized I was living for likes and validation from others online, I wanted to find a way to get back to being real and authentic.” Instagram partnered with the Jed Foundation (@jedfoundation) to create a toolkit addressing the Pressure to be Perfect, recognizing that what you see posted by others is just one part of their story. Tap the link in our bio to learn more about how to make your time on Instagram be positive, inspiring and intentional.
Artist Mischelle Moy’s (@lilmisch) digital compositions = portals to another dimension. “I’ve always been drawn to the odd and otherworldly, whether archaeological findings or discoveries of life on other planets,” she says. “These ‘plant holders’ are very special to me, because they combine both a paradisal sunset vibe with an extraterrestrial sense of existence that is illustrated (mostly separately) throughout my work.” #ThisWeekOnInstagram Photo illustration by @lilmisch