Since Instagram unrolled some new features recently, now would be a great time to refresh your following list. Behold: Curbed New Orleans' list of our 20 favorite local Instagrammers serving up the best in architecture, design, art and general visual deliciousness.
Presented in no particular order.
Laura Steffan (@lsteffan)
We've sung the praises of this photographer before for her shots of candy-colored New Orleans houses. Right now she's in Rome, so you can see her perspective of that beautiful city.
Andy Kutcher (@andyknola)
Alongside shots from the COO of NOLA Distilling's travels around the country are colorful scenes of New Orleans — houses, street art, flowers, sunsets and everything in between.
Paul Broussard (@mauxfo)
This freelance photographer has a love for sno-balls and New Orleans architecture, both of which heavily figure into his Instagram.
Revival Outpost (@revivalnola)
Peppered among shots of inventory from the French Quarter vintage store are snaps of historic homes from the neighborhood.
Hattie Collins Moll (@hattiesparks)
The owner of the South Market District boutique Hattie Sparks infuses her personal perspective into her Instagram with pretty New Orleans scenes.
Juley Le (@juleytl)
The blogger and creative director behind Upperlyne is a long-time New Orleans tastemaker.
Brandan Odums (@bmike2c)
The muralist behind ExhibitBe and this Michelangelo-inspired project in New Orleans East documents his social-justice minded projects on Instagram.
Sam Randolph (@little_histories)
The artist started a project illustrating buildings in New Orleans and beyond with historical tidbits about them in the captions (you can see more of her work on this Katrina 10-year anniversary project for Curbed).
Maggie Covert (@walkingmanstudios)
Another illustrator with a love for architecture. Her photos of buildings in New Orleans and beyond are beautiful, too.
Johnice Katz (@johnicenola)
The real estate agent and historic homes specialist documents projects she's working on and New Orleans architecture eye candy.
Solange Knowles (@saintrecords)
We're sure you're familiar with this one.
Crescent Park (@crescentparkneworleans)
This park makes for beautiful views, and recently they stepped up their social media game.
Good Wood NOLA (@goodwoodnola)
Feast your eyes on all the pretty custom wood furniture these guys are making, plus other cool design projects, on their Instagram.
Lauren Lagarde (@laurenlagarde)
This New Orleans PR maven has a love for color.
Pelican Bomb (@pelicanbomb)
Although mostly consisting of aggregated photos, the Instagram of the arts organization is a great resource for what's happening in the New Orleans contemporary art world.
Susan Whelan (@nolamaven)
A prerequisite follow for anyone on social media in this town, this lover of all things NOLA captures the sights (and bites) of the city.
Pistil & Stamen (@pistil_and_stamen)
This urban flower farm and design studio captures beautiful blooms from the garden.
The photos from this creative services studio all share a soothing neutral palate, which serves as a contrast to the ubiquitous technicolor photos of New Orleans homes.
Scott Jarrett (@generalpublicdesigns)
The artist and woodworker showcases projects-in-progress and artful shots of the city.
Justin Shiels (@justinmadethat)
The creative entrepreneur and artist captures beauty and color around the city.
Bonus: Curbed (@curbeddotcom)
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