Refresh Your Instagram Feed With Great Content
Stop scrolling past all that boring content on your feed and follow these Extremely Satisfying Instagram Accounts! You’ll instantly fall into a rabbit hole of content while scrolling through the best accounts Instagram has to offer.
James Lewis is an artist and sign-maker extraordinaire. His Instagram feed is full of his creations, from logos to street signs and even original pieces. James has a mastery over perspective and he’s able to add a seamless gradient in the shadows and curves.
His method of painting includes a balancing stick to rest his wrist and slow but precise brush strokes. Lewis’ finished pieces look as if they’re popping right off the canvas! His videos are extremely satisfying to watch, mainly because he’s incredibly steady-handed.
The Dodo specializes in animal-related content for social media. This can be interesting stories to feel-good posts, and let’s face it… EVERYONE loves animals! Dodo’s Instagram account uses mostly short-form videos to tell stories of animal rescues, quirky animal relationships or anything fun that will make you go AWWWWW.
If we’re being honest, there’s not one bad post on their feed. They have dogs, cats, guinea pigs and every other animal you can possibly think of. Because we all need to cool down on the toxic news we read about all the time and just smile at some friendly videos.
Jan Haken Erichsen is a visual artist and self-proclaimed ‘balloon destroyer’. His Instagram is easily the most bizarre account on this list. We challenge you to scroll through his feed and not find yourself strangely addicted to it.
Jan rose to Instagram fame with video posts of himself popping balloons. It’s not so much the act of popping balloons … but how he does it. He finds creative ways to use his body to break sticks, noodles or pop balloons. There’s no denying his posts are satisfying in a bizarre way.
If we had to give the title of Most Creative in this list, it’d have to be Vincent Bal. This ‘Shadowologist’ can see the beauty in every single object placed in front of him. He’s able to look at a simple shadow of an object and let his imagination create something that was never there to begin with.
The best posts Vincent makes are the ones that even utilize the movement of shadows. At first you won’t see any, but once he fills in the dark space, it all makes perfect sense.
Gal Shir is a digital artist who creates stunning illustrations on his iPad Pro. His use of shading and texture bring his creations to life in a satisfying way. It’s hard to tell what’s more impressive — his skill or the capabilities of digital art.
Gal constantly posts videos of his creative process and you can see how each tiny detail makes all the difference. Some are cartoonish and others are incredibly life-like. They also make neat wallpapers for your phone or tablet!
Most of us mindlessly doodled in our notebooks or textbooks back in school, but Mr. Doodle took it to another level. His fast-paced doodles of random shapes and strange creatures are intoxicating to watch.
He turned his hobby into a career, traveling around the world to doodle for large companies and even showcasing his work in galleries. Mr. Doodle recently started narrating his videos while he draws and the guy doesn’t skip a beat while concentrating and talking at the same time!
Poorly Drawn Lines is a quirky little comic strip takes animals and puts them into human situations. The fact they are animals has literally NOTHING to do with the comic at all, which makes you chuckle a bit more at each scenario.
There’s no particular theme to each strip, but they’ll leave a smile on your face no matter what.
Everyone has been obsessed with Strange Planet lately. Once you read a few of its comic strips, it’s easy to see why.
I used to joke about what it’d be like if aliens were to come to earth and it was your job to explain human life’s little details to them. This comic strip is exactly how I imagined it’d be!
Their dry, observant language is hilarious and adorable. It’s hard not to like this account.
Cheddar makes content designed to go viral. Much like other accounts including The Dodo, Insider and NowThis, Cheddar puts small interesting stories in short form videos.
However, they tend to only make posts that are oddly satisfying to watch. In fact, the infamous Fish Tube video came from them! Scroll through their feed and you’ll be entertained for a nice chunk of time, and you just might learn something new along the way.