10 Coffee Instagram Accounts to Follow
Coffee and Instagram seem to be meant for each other. Even those who aren’t obsessed with coffee have probably posted a caffeinated photo or two at some point in their Instagram career.
If you’re looking for visual coffee inspiration, here are 10 great coffee Instagram accounts to follow.
1. Coffee Cups of the World (@coffeecupsoftheworld)
There is no denying that there is an art to coffee cup branding, and Coffee Cups of the World is devoted to showcasing it.
2. Tho Keller (@lastguest_hh)
Keller is the owner of Hamburg-based shop Coffee Table Mags, which carries all independently published print magazines. And you know what goes well with that? A cup of coffee.
3. Drift (@driftmag)
Drift is actually a print magazine devoted to coffee. For each issue they choose one city, and focus on its coffee culture. The results are visually stunning; it’s a deep dive into the stories of people and the culture of a place.
4. Man Make Coffee (@manmakecoffee)
A lot of the photos on Man Make Coffee are a little edgier. Since Man Make Coffee accepts submissions for the feed, the photos come from around the world.
5. ACME & CO (@acmeandco)
This New Zealand brand of colorful cups has developed a cult following. You’ll get photos from cafes around the world, helping to inspire your next set of coffee adventures.
6. The Chemex (@the_chemex)
Love brewing in your Chemex? Then you’ll love this Instagram feed, which includes everything from photos to illustrations of the classic brew device.
7. Luftaffe (@luftaffe)
While most cafes are focused on the real branding of their takeaway coffee cups, this Russian illustrator is all about the fake branding, coming up with his own designs and logos.
8. Blackeyed2015 (@blackeyed2015)
In the same vein as Luftaffe, these are all sketches and doodles on coffee cups. I love how normally the coffee stain on the coffee cup adds a different element to the art itself.
9. Coffee Cakes Cafe (@coffeecakescafe)
Coffee Cakes Cafe’s feed is a truly original mix of coffee-inspired artwork. Coffee beans are sometimes used instead of a pen or a brush, and paper is cut out to give an intriguing visual effect.
10. Daily Coffee Sessions (@coffeesesh)
Coffee quotes, drawings, photos — you’ll get your daily dose of all of it on Daily Coffee Sessions, a fun curated feed of coffee-related images and artwork.