Instagram selection #221

26 November 2019   •  
Written by Fisheye Magazine
Instagram selection #221

Every Tuesdays, we are helping you find inspiration! Street photography, poetry, or even commitment, there is something for everyone in our Instagram selection #221.


Behind this graphic and colourful account hides a duo. Forrest Aguar loves to play with forms and line, while Michelle Norris prefers to work with colours. And both like to travel.

© forrestaguar / Instagram© forrestaguar / Instagram

© forrestaguar / Instagram


“The simplest of things, when isolated, can represent something beautiful”

, says Cormac Power. This photographer and designer posts on Instagram dreamlike and minimalist pictures. Through his series of windows, we catch a glimpse at unknown worlds.

© cormac.pow / Instagram© cormac.pow / Instagram

© cormac.pow / Instagram


“Photographing is putting on the same line head, eye and heart”

, Laura Pierangeli writes on her Instagram account. Indeed, these words perfectly sum up her photographic approach. She presents, on the social network, documentary and poetic images, often finding just the right balance between the two.

© Laura Pierangeli / Instagram

© Laura Pierangeli / Instagram


Djonsans Nurs, also known as Nik47, specialises in portraiture. Skilled in both colour and black and white photography, this Instagrammer directs his models in dark and hypnotic settings, and plays with several lights and accessories to reveal their emotions.

© Djonsans Nurs / Instagram© Djonsans Nurs / Instagram

© Djonsans Nurs / Instagram


Nature inspired Nick Pedersen. The artist, passionate about ecology, uses graphic designs and photography to illustrate a splendid wilderness. By playing with colours and atmospheres, he produces poetic, surrealist or even post-apocalyptic scenes.

© Nick Pedersen / Instagram© Nick Pedersen / Instagram

© Nick Pedersen / Instagram


We do not know much about Eren Özdemir, but through his Instagram gallery, we discover his taste for chiaroscuros and pictorial contrasts. His dramatic scenes reveal strange moments, oscillating between nightmare and mystery.

© Eren Özdemir / Instagram© Eren Özdemir / Instagram

© Eren Özdemir / Instagram


Mohammad Oladivatan takes us to Iran, at the heart of this country’s revolution. We do not know anything about this photography, and yet, we never tire of following his peregrinations. Here and there, deep and humanist pictures dialogue.

© Mohammad Oladivatan / Instagram© Mohammad Oladivatan / Instagram

© Mohammad Oladivatan / Instagram

Cover picture: © Mohammad Oladivatan / Instagram

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