I come across so many amazing images and people doing amazing and fun things… that it only makes sense to celebrate them here! After all, they are taking steps towards living the life they were born to live… and that’s SO worth celebrating!
[plus: a side bonus for me – is that I get to remember some of the awesomely inspiring peeps I’ve stumbled across in igerworld!]
Whether you’re a newbie iger looking for peeps to follow, or just interested in seeing some new inspiration – this will be for you!
This months igers…
Today I thought I’d share how some igers were capturing and sharing their moments.
Check out their links below, and drop them a little instagram love if you like their work… after all, it’s always great to celebrate how someone is living the life they were born to live 😉
More info on the TOP ROW:
This was just fricken clever!
@typographyinspired shares a whole lot of very clever artists doing things with Typography… which is pretty cool 😉
I love that Charis has just started putting her art out there… her work is beautiful, and I can’t wait to see what it develops into [Charis… keep at it Hon!!]
I’ve been following Philip [a local Cape Town artist] for a while now, I adore how he paints the blurred out bokeh of a moment… this dude is seriously talented!
about that Middle Row:
Another Local… Cape Town Photographer: AbigailK started a mini world series… and is inserting herself into all sorts of everyday places and spaces… Love the concept!
I like to pop a little quote into the mix… and seeing as though I’m celebrating being in the moment… this little reminder to “Be Mindful” really stood out for me!
Ruyigan has all sorts of sweet illustrations sprinkled on her page… I thought this one was pretty funny… but I also enjoyed her “love Jar”
and the last row [bottom]:
Thanks to Kerry for putting me onto this one! Casey has created some gorgeous visual feasts on her feed… and yes… I did spend quite a few of my moments enjoying her work!
Ok, seriously! How clever is that! I love the “Wake up Latte” and usually need my own version of one in the am! Although the first time I spotted Lapantigatiga was his “fresh” image in Decemeber 2014… So clever!
I loved this pic for so many reasons, the really awesome quote that was so beautifully lettered… the meaning behind the words, and the way it was all stunningly curated! Thanks for the visual feast Kirsten!
Have these igers inspired you to create something you were born to create? Share in the comments below!
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