TOP 6 WOMEN ARTISTS YOU SHOULD FOLLOW RIGHT NOW

Every year we ask our followers to tag us on their favorite Instagram page to help us find good accounts to follow. We all know it's getting hard out here to follow an interesting account. 

So we made a ranking of women who's killing the game at the moment from the street to magazine to art galleries these 6 women are all transmitting powerful messages through their art. 

We might have saved you a couple hours of scrolling and eye twitching.

 

MISS ME STREET ART

MISS ME : @MISSMEART

The hottest vandal sold a painting to Madonna last year, continue to make art shows, wheat paste her vision around the world and still be mad entertaining on IG... We can't ask for more.

ASHLEY LONGSHORE LIL WAYNE ART

ASHLEY LONGSHORE : @ASHLEYLONGSHOREART

She's a female version of Lil Wayne, she's one of the best painter alive and she knows it. She created a whole empire around her art every artist should be inspire by her business skills.

ALEX GARANT PAINTING

ALEX GARANT : @ALEXGARANTART

No! you don't need a visit to the optometrist this is just the skills of the talented Alex Garant. Superposition, symmetrie, image duplication and patterns are all elements used by Garant to make those amazing paintings.

 

SASHA SAMSONOVA FOR GALORE MAG

SASHA SAMSONOVA : @SASHASAMSONOVA

Photographer-Director Sasha is the definition of ambition. Born in Ukraine she left her country to live in New-York and pursue her dream of becoming a Photographer. Her work was recognize by famous people like Kylie Jenner and Gallant where she was able to shoot some amazing pictures.

SANDRA CHEVRIER WOLVERINE MARVEL

SANDRA CHEVRIER : @SANDRACHEVRIER

The definition of an accomplished artist ! Single mom living off of her passion. Her art is so powerful (not only because she draws superheroes). When you look at her art you can see that she exposes the limitations within our world and the cages we put around ourselves that limit us in life.

 

A CLONE OF YOUR OWN

JUNO CALYPSO : @JUNOCALYPSO

Juno made a hit when she treated herself with a plane ticket to one of Pennsylvania's love hotel and started to take self-portrait about feminism, isolation, loneliness and being self-sufficient dressed as her fictional alter-ego "JOYCE".

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