Top Instagram Jan. ’24
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Top Instagram Jan. ’24

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Scrolling is not a crime.

Obviously, your favorite Instagram account is Machinistic, and newborn Machinistic Club. But to inspire us in our reposts and original creations, we also like to scour the networks in search of those who make us tick…

Every month, a selection of designer accounts that we like, in the hope of helping you discover new creative horizons!

@bluevi.o

Some Instagram accounts are more than a portfolio. Such is the case with Andrew’s page, which offers photos with rough treatments of the LA area. Supercars, portraits, modified JDMs, meetings… Each issue has its own vibe, and each issue gives you the impression of being immersed in the US underground car culture…

@hugocappaprod

With Hugo, it’s top notch. This photographer from Alsace, close to the Vosges mountains, shares his high-quality photos of exceptional cars. It’s always a pleasure to detail each car in well-chosen frames, and always from an angle that suits it…

@benoitfilin

This year, we spent some time with Benoît at Le Mans Classic. We enjoyed the races, and above all warmed up by the flames chasing the M1s. Immersed in the world of the classic car, whether on the track or in a well-chosen setting, all the photos he shares with us tempt us to get behind the wheel…

@ritter.goods

We’ve been following Andrew since the days when we wore out the Stanceworks blog. Over the past few years, as a self-taught artist, he has trained in the creation of 3D images, with a unique cartoon approach. From restoration series featuring the fictional Milton, to cult car racing scenes, to tastefully modified cars, every achievement is caviar…

@adsoadsoadso

Having fun with the automobile and turning it into an object of art is just too good! Ada’s photos are always surprising in concept, and many of them have automotive themes. And if you happen to be intrigued by automotive destruction, you’re sure to find something to surprise you on his account…

@specterporsche

Building your own car is the adventure of a lifetime. And it makes you dream. For some time now, we’ve been following the construction of the Porsche according to the vision of the Specter workshop. Tubular chassis, hand-formed aluminium bodywork, reworked engine, all presented with photos that make you want to see it finished tomorrow. We can’t wait…

@motoriznation

The trend is all about real and video, but the Motoriznation studio has been spoiling us with beautiful creations for a long time now. It’s always nice to see cars in motion, especially after they’ve been made even more dynamic by the talents of this director. It’s cinematic, it highlights the car, the moment, really, go and see his work…

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