Top 10 Music Art Instagram Accounts You Should Be Following

Written By the interns on 04/26/2018

These are a few of our favourite artists on Instagram making music-related art, in no particular order.

Jake Patterson 

Instagram name: @yungjake

Double-tap if you like: Emojis, hip-hop and pop culture.

comment emojis u can find

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Ali Graham 

Instagram name: @lil_ye

Double-tap if you like: Kanye and friends, but much cuter. You may remember Ali Graham from such books as his Jay Z-starring 99 Problems: Superstars Have Bad Days Too. And no, he is in no way related to Aubrey Graham AKA Drake.

"Goosebumps"? . . . #lilye #travisscott #goosebumps #worldbookday #aligraham

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"Dam." . . . #lilye #kendricklamar #damn #aligraham #happybirthday

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Chris Hurtt 

Instagram name: @8bithiphop

Double-tap if you like: Pixel art mixed with hip-hop culture.

 

Bianca Bosso 

Instagram name: @biancabosso

Double-tap if you like: Bright colours, puns, free wallpapers, pop & hip-hop.

Bianca is also the creative behind all our illustrations and merch drops, including the viral Friends in Paris children's book and Chance The Rapper coloring book, so we may be a little bit biased.

 

Michael Walchalk

Instagram name: @michaelwalchalk

Double-tap if you like: Graphic design, basketball, and hip-hop (with a touch of Lana Del Rey).

Damn Ye it'd be stupid to diss you/Even your superficial raps is super-official!

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Ricardo Cavolo 

Instagram name: @ricardocavolo

Double-tap if you like: Bright colours and eclectic art that’s a mish-mash of Russian criminal tattoos, South American flora, nautical themes and religious iconography, with a touch of humour for good measure. You may recognise his style from Kaytranada’s 99.9% artwork, and/or his book, 101 Artists To Listen To Before You Die

 

somehoodlum (real name unknown) 

Instagram name: @somehoodlum

Double-tap if you like: Clever music puns and hype culture portrayed through simple lines and aesthetically-pleasing colours. Migos are amongst his 136k fans.

Stir fry

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David Redon 

Instagram name: @adslibitum

Double-tap if you like: A hybrid of hip-hop and 1940’s advertising. David Redon is a self-confessed 'Nostalgeek', making vintage pop culture that's extremely easy on the eye. It’s also worth checking out his online store, where you can purchase prints of all his designs (we have one hanging in our office).

 

Marlon Sassy 

Instagram name: @gangsterdoodles

Double-tap if you like: Honest illustrations made from simple office supplies like black ink and coloured highlighters. It’s also worth noting that each doodle is made on 3x3 inch post-its, making them simple, as well as the perfect dimensions for Instagram.

Tyler at the Grammy’s #flowerboy

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Migos #culture #2

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Patso Dimitrov 

Instagram name: @pvtso

Double-tap if you like: ‘80s vinyl flips of modern single and album covers. He also created Tyga’s controversial album cover for Kyoto but don’t let that dissuade you.

Happy born day to the bad gal.

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