23 Pattern Designers to Follow on Instagram
We’ll list our personal favourites when it comes to pattern designers on Instagram, hopefully, you’ll find a few interesting designers to follow in this sea of patterns.
This is a grown list of creators, so if you have any suggestion of your own feel free to share those in the comment section at the bottom of this page.
Nancy Wolff is an illustrator and pattern designer that has a pattern lover’s dream Instagram, her whole feed is just filed with patterns. She also runs the design studio, Loboloup, which specializes in hand-made wallpaper.
Linn Warme is a Swedish pattern designer with a love for the forest and all the creature in it. Her lovely patterns and prints are made both digitally and handmade making her feed a real treat to browse through, any pattern enthusiast won’t be disappointed in Linn’s work.
Kate Merritt is a pattern designer & illustrator based in Paris. She creates beautiful floral patterns in lovely toned down color schemes. Check out her Instagram for a great pattern experience.
Ángela Corti is an illustrator & pattern designer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. On her Insta page, you’ll find everything from sketches, stationery, packaging and commercial projects featuring her surface pattern designs, it’s a great mixture making it a great page to follow.
Mable Tan is a surface pattern designer based in Melbourne, Australia. Her patterns are fun and quirky, filled with animals & flowers in a bright and refreshing color scheme.
Oana Befort is an illustrator that I couldn’t resist including in this list just because how her drawings are just filled with floral patterned surfaces. Here gouache drawings have a dreamlike colour palette that just pops out, a real treat for the eyes.
Next up is the British textile designer Sarah Gordon’s Instagram page. My favourite patterns of hers are the one inspired by colourful corals, makes for some beautiful organic patterns.
Teresa Chan is a surface designer that makes imaginative patterns often based on nature as inspiration. Head over to her Instagram to see her patterns in action on textile, scarfs and a lot more.
You’ll often find these simple graphic patterns with motives from nature or abstract ones on Zoe’s Instagram. Digital work with a handmade feel to them, go follow her Instagram today!
Jessica Nielsen is a pattern designer & illustrator from the Netherlands. She explains her work the best herself, “timeless patterns”. Simple and almost geometric patterns in different more or less abstract forms.
Behind the design studio The Tiny Garden, you’ll find Maria Vashchuk, another pattern designer from The Nederlands on this list. She makes simple and colorful elegant patterns filled with a lot of heart.
Beth Norton is another pattern designer on Instagram worthing checking out. For anyone who’s interested many of her designs are also available on Spoonflower for purchase.
(she also have way fewer followers than she deserves, let’s change that!)
Zoë is an artist & illustrator based in Edinburgh, Scotland. She recently this year took on the challenge of doing 100 prints in 100 days, it’s an absolute joy to follow her along that crazy journey. A lot of great inspiration can be found on her Instagram.
Next up we have Sofia Joving a Swedish pattern designer with an Instagram page just filled with stunning floral patterns and prints.
Well worth for any pattern lover to check out.
Maja Rönnbäck is a pattern designer based in Stockholm, Sweden. She makes colourful simple pattern designs often with some quirky details in them. She also has courses up on Skillshare if you want to learn more about pattern design and how to make them yourself.
Molly Egan creates these lovely patterns and drawings in gouache that completely vibrates with colour. Her fun drawing style makes it and an absolute joy to visit her Instagram page.
Print and Textile Designer Jocelyn Proust is another favourite on Instagram. You’ll find a variety of different kinds of pattern designs on her page, making it a fantastic page to follow.
Alison Janssen is an illustrator and pattern designer with a passion for everything floral, just have quick look at her Instagram page and you’ll understand what I mean. Beautiful colour choices and lush botanical motives.
The Swedish illustrator and textile designer Malin Gyllensvaan has an Instagram filled with her whimsical and lovely work, and if you’re a fan of hand-drawn botanical work you won’t be disappointed. So go give her a follow right now!