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Embroidery artist ipnot’s (@ipnot) creations bring a modern style to an ancient craft. Her realistic, miniature food-inspired pieces have a 3D quality that lifts them from the surface on which they are sewn. “I use my needle like a paintbrush and I stitch one knot at a time,” she says.  Photo and video by @ipnot
#hellofrom Balochistan, Pakistan. “Surrounded by a desert, hiking up to the edge of a dormant mud volcano is guaranteed to be special,” says photographer Matthieu Paley (@paleyphoto), who captured this mother and daughter holding hands at the crater’s edge. ⁣ ⁣ Photo by @paleyphoto
Meet today’s #weeklyfluff. This is Mr. Bigglesworth (@mrbigglesworthrabbit), a cheeky boy bunny who acts more like a dog than a 🐰. The hairless Rex rabbit was born with a rare genetic condition that keeps him homebound, but doesn’t stop his playful antics. “He is a survivor and inspires people around the world not to give up,” says his human Cassandra. 💓⁣ ⁣ Photo by @mrbigglesworthrabbit
“While you’re surfing, you become one with nature,” says 16-year-old pro surfer Kyllian Guerin (@kg_surfer). “My favorite part of surfing is taking barrels — the unique feeling of throwing yourself in a powerful tunnel and coming out after having tamed the strength of the ocean. Nothing comes above it for me.” ⁣ ⁣ Photo of @kg_surfer by @chachfiles
#doyoufollow dancer Salif Gueye (@salif_crookboyz)? He knows the streets of Paris well, because he’s been dancing them for years. 🕺⚡️⁣ ⁣ In our new series #doyoufollow, we’re diving deep into some of Instagram’s most popular interests and the people who make them awesome. Learn more about Salif on IGTV, and see more moves from the amazing #dance community on today’s story.
Dance the streets of Paris with dancer Salif Gueye (@salif_crookboyz) on our new series #doyoufollow, which dives deep into some of Instagram's most popular interests and the people who make them awesome. 👍
“I just bought a board for skating around the city, but after a while it turned into a great passion!” says 21-year-old longboarder and graphic designer Kate Voynova (@katevoynova). “I wasn’t talented, but I had a lot of love and hard work, so I started to land tricks.”⁣ ⁣ Photo by @katevoynova
No snow. No waves. No problem. “Sandboarding is all about freedom and having fun by expressing yourself,” says world champion sandboarder and instructor Jose Martinez (@jose_martinez_sandboard), who teaches students of all levels. “My favorite place for sandboarding is the Dragon Hill dune in Iquique, Chile, the biggest urban sand dune in the world.”⁣ ⁣ Video by @sandboard_iquique
#hellofrom Saariselkä, Finland, where the view from a glass igloo makes the sky your ceiling, giving you full access to the northern lights any time they appear. ⁣ ⁣ Photo by @alaa_oth
After being discovered on Instagram by fashion stylist and editor Katie Grand (@kegrand), Tomo Koizumi (@tomo_koizumi) — the designer of @tomokoizumi — had his first New York Fashion Week Show last season. This season he was inspired to thank the people who have helped him succeed, and gave the gift of a bold and colorful show. ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Follow along on our story to see Tomo’s glorious garments. 🎁🔥💗
It’s a cat carousel for this week’s #weeklyfluff. Meet Lissy and Frederic (@furryfritz), a pair of Maine coon cats who love to go for a spin.⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ Video by @furryfritz
Media artist Aaron Jablonski (@exitsimulation) creates hypnotizing face filters that could shift your perspective — on yourself. Some of the 24 filters Aaron has designed create carbon copies of your face, while others distort it. 🤯⁣ ⁣ “We spend so much time online that it changes how we perceive ourselves,” says Aaron, who just moved to Berlin. “It’s as real as what you do in the physical world.”⁣ ⁣ Follow @design to learn more about Aaron’s work, and to see more stories about design around the world.⁣ ⁣ Video by @exitsimulation using the “Parabola” filter