When not educating the youth about all things art, San Francisco-based Jen Kindell pins a carefully curated mix of images such as textile design, homey treats, the art of books, interiors, and products (under the appropriately named board, 'nest.')
Los Angeles-based graphic designer and photographer DABITO's boards ranges from an eclectic mix of home goods to striking graphic design, egg yolk foods to light-soaked interiors.
Jennifer Hagler, the Idaho-based blogger behind A Merry Mishap, is a minimalist's dream—her pins feature a mostly monochromatic palette with a few oddballs (and by oddballs, we mean colorful) thoughtfully scattered about. We particularly like her 'for home' board, as it counts up to a whopping 3,601 pins!
Even though Robert Lenne who is the Head of Design at Arsty, an online platform for discovering, discussing, and collecting art, only docks in at 80 pins, we can't stop looking at his playful and high-design images, such as geometric lighting fixtures, book covers, and office products.
Leslie Williamson is a juggernaut—not only is she an incredibly talented photographer, but a writer and blogger to boot. So it comes as no surprise to us that her findings throughout the web are as equally inspirational as her work.
A great source of inspiration for his personal work, we are loving industrial designer Yuval Tal's curation of sleek furnishings, office decor ideas, street art, packaging design, and 43 other boards.
When in need of some graphic design inspiration, we always turn to Brooklyn-based freelance designer and illustrator Ed Nacional. Boards range from logos and patterns, 'type n lettering', and cozy interior designs.
Los Angeles-based filmaker, stylist, and founder of Book Stand Claire Cottrell's impressive 68 board collection is full of images such as black and white photographs, 'design love stuff', art direction, and tops of tables. We especially like all of her color and city coordinated boards.