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IT’S A MATCH! – Instagram accounts that inspire us

Staying true to our theme of »IT’S A MATCH!«, we want to introduce you to a couple of Instagram accounts that match the title painting of this sisterMAG issue. We hope these new discoveries will inspire you as much as they inspire us… have fun scrolling!

A similar colour range, present-day silk screen printing or the use of geometric shapes like the triangle: We found a couple of Instagram accounts that match our title work »Sans titre« by Abel Martín from the 70s in both style and content. We made quite a few discoveries and are excited to see if these versatile feeds will inspire you as much as us…



The feed of graphic designer and photographer Giorgette uses similar colour combinations to Abel Martín’s computer generated silk screen print from 1974. Her pictures won us over with their clarity, structure and the harmony of her whole gallery.


Anki from @zilverblauw takes us into a stunning pink-yellow-light blue interior dreamland. The Dutch Instagrammer posts stylish interior ideas that always boost our mood with their popping colours! Looking at her pictures feels like moving through a painting…



Ever thought about buying an original silk screen print? Look no further than Look Up prints! The online shop gives both established and new artists the opportunity to showcase their work with geometric shapes, lines and colours.


With her colourful and geometric feed, silk screen printing artist Charlotte from London perfectly fits into the list of Spanish experimental artists from the 60s and 70s. Her work is also featured on Look Up Print and her pictures are well worth a scroll!



This Instagram account shows off truly special geometric shapes and strong colours in interiors, furniture and design. The colourful experience is curated by architect and designer Paula Martinez (@paula.a.rch) and artist and interior designer Charlotte Tylor (@charlottetaylr). A feast for the eyes!


Craving even more innovative interior design? Have a look at Juliette’s account »Design Hunger«. She designs rooms and installations that could very well feature a piece by Abel Martín.