25 Creatives & Designers You Should Be Following on Pinterest4 min read

February 24, 2017


25 Creatives & Designers You Should Be Following on Pinterest4 min read

Think Pinterest is only for finding epic cereal bar recipes, DIY mason jar crafting ideas and cat memes? Think again.

As the Internet’s de factor inspiration engine (more than 50 billion pins have been shared to date), Pinterest is a hotbed for designers and business owners who are curating beautiful boards at the intersection of strategy, design and, of course, self-promotion.

Take a look at how these 25 creatives make Pinterest their own.

In alphabetical order


The creative team at this brand identity/creative strategy/design firm uses Pinterest as a portfolio, inspiration board, and info hub.

Alicia Carvalho

A designer with enviable taste and a penchant for virtual organization, Alicia maintains 40 boards full of fashion, graphic arts, food, and interior/exterior design genius-ness.

Allison Stolte

Some work, some play, Allison’s boards range from her own photography, to life-hacks, to appealing color palettes, to, of course, food.

Amy Kim

Kim’s profile works as a clear extension of her personal brand, and for a lifestyle blogger, using Pinterest to attract new readers is a tried and true strategy for building an audience.

Annie Bastien

Pinning aesthetically satisfying and visually engaging design inspiration, Annie’s profile showcases some of the best 2D and 3D work out there.

Anthony Neil Dart

Over 30,000 pins of product design, photography, illustration, typography, and everything else that can be described as mod or abstract.

Anthony Neil Dart

Ben Golder

Worth following for the “illustrations, measurements, instructions” board alone.

Bonnie Tsang

Hailed for her photography and branding skills, Bonnie keeps her boards on point (as you’d expect from someone named “one of the Top 30 Pinterest Curators to Follow” by Time).

Bri Emery
Bri Emery, the brain behind designlovefest studio in Los Angeles, knows how to cater to her crowd, keeping the overall feel very girly, fun, and tasteful.

Christine Martinez Loya

Author of “The Complete Idiots Guide to Pinterest Marketing,” Christine knows a thing or two about how to use the sh*t out of this platform. Learn by example.

Darren Booth

Darren’s portfolio, some typography inspiration, decorating hacks, and a real estate/home goods wish list make make his profile both personal and professional.

Evan Sharp

The Pinterest co-founder is no stranger to his own platform and his profile is a bit of a mashup of the best Pinterest has to offer.

Jessica B

After browsing through this architect’s profile, it’s no wonder she has more than 3 million followers. There’s so much here and it’s all the greatest.

Jodi Vautrin

A little bit of everything—including advice from Ruth Bader Ginsburg and lots of cute animals—gives Jodi’s collection of pins whole lot of personality.

Joseph Knoop

Another Pinterest influencer with a massive following, Knoop’s boards show a well-honed persona and definite sense of style.

Julian Sebastian Arnold

As an interactive designer by trade, Julian keeps his Pinterest strictly business, pinning thousands of examples of well-executed graphics.

Julian Sebastian Arnold

Kasia Kaczmarek

Kasia, a Portugal-based graphic designer, maintains a well curated collection of plainly labeled, laser-focused boards.

Liz Morrow

If rustic, boho chic is your jam, look no further than Liz’s profile.

Marjolijn Spreeuwenberg

Marjolijn’s profile is an amazingly precise presentation of clean aesthetics and crisp architectural design.


Hyper-specific boards covering all areas of design—web, typography, fashion, packaging, you name it—make this Portugal-based designer a must-follow.

Robert Mahar

Food? Check. Costumes? Yep. Interior design porn? Indeed. With more than 23,000 pins, there’s something for everyone.

Sara Barnes

Sara’s boards boast pins upon pins of traditional illustration, intricate embroidery, and all sorts of other visual (and salivary) stimuli.

Sara Barnes

Susie Ghahremani

Susie’s profile is part self promotion, part charming olio of art, design, and knickknacks that catch her eye.

Thea Kennedy
Lovers of the whimsical, the feminine, and the elegant will find instant joy from Thea Kennedy’s Pinterest boards, not to mention a few more motivational quotes for the collection.

Verónica Olivera

If you’ve ever wanted to see vintage maps, celestial imagery, lots of photography, and a number of robots all in one place, Verónica is the person to follow.

Who else would you add to the list? Let us know in the comments, even if it’s yourself. 🙂


Sonia Weiser is a freelance writer with bylines all over the place including The Atlantic, Marie Claire, Rolling Stone, Pacific Standard, among others. You can see her work here and follow her on Twitter. In Sonia’s free time, she enjoys drinking hot beverages, practicing yoga, and doing other activities that are subject to change depending on the weather.
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