We’ve created 20 boards and 3,000+ pins, and still our Pinterest addiction runs strong. We can’t get enough of this visually-geared social platform, which is why we thought we’d spread the love with a quick update of our favorite pinners of the moment. From food photography to vintage stamps, these pinners have got all your visual inspiration needs covered.
Ez Pudewa — A must-follow for the design-minded. Much like her lifestyle and design blog, Creature Comforts, Ez’s Pinterest account is a hive of visual delights. Ez’s boards vary from the ultra-specific (boards dedicated to a single color) to the broad (atmospheric, conceptual boards inspired by a mood). Ez shares our love for literature, calligraphy and handwritten typography, and graphic white and black design and photography.
Beatgrrrl — Fasten your seat belts, because this Pinterest account is a retro-fabulous trip. Run by LA-based creative and vinyl obsessee Dæna, this account is filled with inspiring artifacts that cover the mid-century modern, the Beat generation, film, art, architecture, interiors, and so much more. (We especially love her cinema posters collection.)
Local Milk — On the regular, Tennessee blogger Beth of Local Milk serves up pins featuring the dreamiest of dreamy food photography, delectable recipes, and other aesthetic treats. If you dig the quiet intimacy of magazines such as Lula and Kinfolk, you’ll love the pins issued by Local Milk.
Emily Balsley — This Midwestern illustrator and designer’s account is all about colors, patterns, fabrics, and that mid-century aesthetic. Chew on Emily’s candy-colored pins for an inspirational dose of retro design.
The House That Lars Built — Brittany Watson Jepsen, the blogger behind The House That Lars Built has crafted a comprehensive account that hits all our major loves — design, typography, florals, fashion, books, and entertaining. Brittany’s not just about the broader basics, though. Be sure to check out her boards dedicated to quirkier interests such as marbling, Mexican embroidery, or plates.
Present & Correct — It’s said that ‘less is more,’ and that idea is certainly true when it comes to the design-savvy account of Present & Correct, a London stationery and office supplies company. Present & Correct never disappoints with its pins, which are all expertly photographed and composed, and ever-inspiring. Our favorite boards from P&C include its “Color Sets” board of color-themed stationery laydowns and its “Postal Ephemera” board of vintage stamps.
Emma Robertson — The account of Bay Area graphic designer Emma Robertson has got it all: art, food, fashion, decor, and more. From the beautifully photographed to the boldly designed, Emma’s account is just what you needed to round out your feed.
Find ModCloth on Pinterest for more inspiration, and let us know who we should add to our list! We’re always searching for inspiring accounts.