A bright, clean spring set of some recent Instagram love is here to help get you through the week, filled with color, illustration, and landscape! Enjoy!

@mariterecr | Maritere Rice is a photographer living in Marfa, TX. She has a lovely feed filled with color walls, architecture, signage, storefronts, and other multiple gorgeous travel shots!

@thecraftedlife | Rachel Mae Smith is the owner/blogger behind the blog “The Crafted Life.” Color, flowers, DIY, travel, sweets, cacti, and MORE color craft the unity for Rachel’s fun and lively feed!

@whorange | Tula Jeng is the blogger behind Los Angeles based blog, Whorange. This post of her cacti paired with Justina Blakeney’s Nana Pink wallpaper is just perfect!

@runnerhimhall | It’s safe to say she has nailed pastels! Her photos are clean, crisp, and include a quite impressive dog model every so often.

@theuncommonplace | Katie Thierjung is a photographer and color lover based in Orange County, CA. She’s also just recently designed a flair pin collection of her own! Paints, birds, cocktails… I wonder what’s next?!

@ionutradulescu | Ionut Radulescu is a designer and illustrator from New York. His bold color choices and large brush strokes immediately drew me in!

@akeenlife | Allison Keener is a good friend of mine. She is the lead designer at Brooklyn based Regas Studio and currently lives in Alamogordo, New Mexico with her husband. She’s got one of the most dreamiest views, as she is right next to White Sands National Monument. It’s seriously one of the most magical places I’ve ever seen…google it!

@beckymsimps | Becky Simpson is an author, illustrator, and also just finishing up her year as an Adobe Creative Resident. Residing in Austin, TX, I am so amazed at all of what she has accomplished in the past year. It’s been so fun watching her journey as a resident. Her entire residency focus has been on growing her brand and shop, Chipper Things, which just opened yesterday!

@inkandpulp | Stef Etow is an Art Director and Brand Consultant is San Francisco. Her feed is full of pretty bright whites, and simplistic compositions like this beautiful bicycle one here.

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