You already follow all of the obligatory Instagram accounts — like Rihanna, and SlamXHype — but what if you want to see some out-of-the-box weirdo art sh*t? Who do you follow then?

Well, the following 8 accounts are a good start.

@nunoassis

nunoassis

Nunoassis is an architect in Macau, which is, along with Hong Kong, one of two Special Administrative Regions of the People’s Republic of China. He fills his Instagram with wild pictures of people being dwarfed by huge, impressive buildings.

Follow him here.

@nickgentryart

nickgentryart

Nick Gentry is a British artist who creates works of art from found materials and artifacts. He must have robbed a old office supplies store at one point, because he frequently uses floppy disks.

Follow him here.

@jr

jr

You already know JR, the world famous photographer, street artists and New York City Ballet collaborator. But if you don’t follow his amazing Instagram, your missing out on a constant update of his adventures.

Follow him here.

@alexmdc

alexmdc

Lots of people draw. Lots of people take pictures of hands — wait, do they? But few people do those two things together. Alex Solis does though, and it’s hilarious and awesome.

Follow the illustrator here.

@redhongyi

redhongyi

Lots of people use make up. Lots of people make pictures using weird materials… “Red” Hong Yi likes to do both.

Follow her here.

@muradosmann

muradosmann

Murad Osmann has been making Instagram waves with his series of pictures of him following his girlfriend around the world. You should probably follow him as he follows her…

Follow him and his girlfriend here.

@rachelryle

reachelryfe

How illustrator and animator Rachel Ryle makes her Instagram videos is a complete mystery. It’s probably magic. But either way you need to see it.

Follow her here.

@nike

nike

Ok, yeah, it’s Nike. Pretty obvious, but whoever runs the account makes amazing stop motion videos. Look for those.

Follow Nike here.

Bonus: @tipsforjesus

tipsforjesus

Whoever is behind Tips For Jesus basically just goes around leaving absurd tips on all his/her dinner bills. The only question: if that’s his/her job, can he write those “donations” off as work expenses? What’s the scheme here?

Follow TFJ here.

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Instagram accounts to follow