10 Instagram Feeds For Oddly Satisfying Videos
July 2, 2018 | BY Claudia Cheung
This list will keep you watching for hours on end... or simply give your brain the mini break it deserves. The video clips these artists put up are strangely mesmerising, so be prepared to zone out as they take you through their quirky creative processes
Korean watercolour artist Mina specialises in painting flowers and plants. While there's no question that her artwork is beautiful, watching her careful blending of watercolours will certainly leave you mesmerised.
Follow her at @minartillust
Art comes in many forms and Annette's unique medium of choice is frozen paint, which she uses to craft delicate sculptures before mashing them up in her videos. They're extremely addictive and soothing to watch.
Follow her at @annettelabedzki
Mary, the founder of Emma Sweets in Barrie, Ontario, demonstrates how she decorates the bakery's adorable cookies and cakes. Her feed will not only leave you spellbound—it’ll also whet your appetite.
Follow her at @_emmas__sweets
Feel a deep sense of satisfaction as you watch these videos of kinetic sand being cut, moulded and shaped. With over 294k followers and counting, it’s clear that the art of sand cutting has gained a cult following on the Internet.
Follow them at @sand.isfying
Sparkles and glitter are a surefire way to lift your mood. Add slime to the mix (literally) and what you get is a feed full of captivating videos. Warning: you’ll definitely want a jar of your own after watching these clips.
Follow them at @waveslimes
From life-size calligraphy to hypnotic patterns, Seb Lester uses a mix of traditional and modern tools in his time-lapse creations. They're super satisfying to watch—and his one million fans can attest to that.
Follow him at @seblester
Potter and owner of Tortus Studio in Copenhagen, Eric has gained an audience of almost 800k with his calming videos of pottery making. It's inspiring to watch as he transforms lumps of clay into beautiful, hand-made ceramic masterpieces.
Follow him at @tortus
Fine art student Karen's Instagram feed is a colourful work of art in itself, and her playful—almost magical—time-lapse videos take her followers on a journey as she experiments with new mediums.
Follow her at @daixykaren
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