Top 5 of the Top Fine-Artists on Instagram
Hi friends! Today we have decided to share with you a top 5 of the Top Fine-Artists on Instagram.
Photographers and artists, especially in these actual circumstances, started working alongside some of the world’s famous Influencers and digital marketing agencies. We picked the most colorful, funny, and outside the box profiles for you to be entertained just during this week. We hope you’ll like them and that you will follow them on Instagram! Check them out!
Best Fine Artists on Instagram
1. Tony Kelly @Tonykellyworld
Born in Dublin in 1975, Tony’s productions are renowned for their theatricality and spontaneity. His natural enthusiasm persuades his subjects to step out of their comfort zone, while his high-octane pace allows him to negotiate extravagant sets and imaginative tableaus.
2. Eli Rezkallah @Elirezkallah
Eli Rezkallah is a fashion and fine-art photographer, video director, and visual artist. Rezkallah’s work typically juxtaposes pure and flawless beauty with off-putting melancholia and lethargy. His subjects, styled with razor-sharp meticulousness and placed in surreal settings, feel stoic and empty. Unimaginative souls lost in the most imaginary world.
3. Marius Sperlich 3. @Mariussperlich
Provocative, wildly imaginative, and bold, Marius Sperlich is a photographer and art director based in Berlin that captures beauty in the raw peculiarly and vividly. Paying attention to detail meticulously, he reveals the human body in combination with his artwork ideas, creating combustion of wild thoughts of wonder as to what you are actually witnessing.
4. Raffaele Marone @raffomarone
Italian, from Napoli. He likes to travel, cook, and go to the cinema. He loves the sea and parties. He started working with model and celebrities, now he’s one of the more requested photographers by influencers and creators.
5. Shusaku Takaoka @shusaku1977
Takaoka posts mash-ups of Renaissance, Baroque and Modernist portraits mixed with contemporary fashion photography. Picture the Mona Lisa–except, in Takaoka’s version, she’s reclining on the subway in a lace jumpsuit. Or Vermeer’s Girl With A Pearl Earring walking her dog down the street, wearing a turtleneck and cuffed jeans.