8 Artists to Follow on TikTok Now

Channel your inner internet creative by following these artists on TikTok.
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While this year has taken an unexpected turn, creatives and artists have come up with new, fun ways of displaying their art. With the closing of art galleries and museums, the internet has become the number one place to view art in 2020. Social media, among other things, has helped push the democratization of art forward, by creating a universal platform that allows emerging artists to showcase their work beyond the confined and often elitists spaces that make up art institutions. 

TikTok, a video-sharing social networking service, became the most downloaded app in the US soon after it was released to the public. The app has given way to a variety of trends that have gone viral, including memes, lip-synced songs and comedy videos. With the popularization of TikTok, some artists have made use of this platform to display their talent. For that reason, we compiled a list of the best artists to follow on TikTok that will inspire you to channel your most creative internet self. 

Some might argue that he is the Andy Warhol of TikTok. Matt Chessco’s colorful expressionist portrait of celebrities like Billie Eilish, Zendaya and The Rock, will definitely add a pop of color to your feed. He can be found on TikTok @mattchessco.

Peek into this artist’s studio to better understand the process behind color swatching. Also, there is something incredibly satisfying about watching Josie Lewis play with all these beautiful watercolors. See more on TikTok @josielewisart.

This professional muralist, who also founded a non-profit to support women in the arts, is definitely worth checking out. Follow her on her various adventures as she graces the walls of San Diego with her beautiful and equally empowering messages. She can be found on TikTok @roxyprima.

Brought to you by the creators of Coraline, videos include “baking Coraline’s wardrobe” where we learn to bake Coraline-inspired clothing-shaped cookies at home, and peeks behind the scenes as to how the movie was made. Who knew making a stop motion animation could be so meticulous? See for yourself @laikastudios.


Kelly Emmrich is a digital animation artist who re-creates special moments in time. She even illustrated the touching speech that Trevor Noah delivered on the daily show, proof that such moments can be immortalized through art. She can be found @kellyemmrich.

She pays such attention to detail that her drawings look like actual photographs, and watching her draw, might be the most relaxing and inspiring thing to do in 2020. So take out your sketchbook and pencil because her feed will surely inspire you. See more @fundara.

Nursema's colorful and equally uplifting drawings are definitely worth adding to your TikTok feed. We love how playful her art is, which will definitely encourage you to channel the inner child in you. More of her art can be found @nnursema.

Chloe Amy Avery, or @chloe.amy.avery,  is a London-based embroidery artist whose work will make you wish you knew how to sow. If there is one person who can make embroidery trendy, that is definitely her. 

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