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If you guessed that Steve Yeun, a.k.a. The Walking Dead's gentleman hero Glenn, was a refreshingly modest TV star, his Instagram account would prove you intuitive. Whether it's arty nature shots of seals by the shore (with quietly awed captioning) or unfussy glimpses into the moments before a media commitment, Yeun invites followers to experience celebrity from the outside in, even after you've passed through the ropes. He also unselfishly sends back pretty dispatches from places like Tokyo, making him a really awesome A-lister to virtually travel with.

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Instagram truly is the domain of Renaissance men and women, and Mike Escamilla fits the bill to a T. Yes, he's ridden a smallish bike to great acclaim, but his feed on Instagram features skydiving, exploring abandoned aqueducts, smashing windows on a BMX bike and kayaking off a waterfall. But it's not just the acts depicted - the photos are well shot with an eye for drama and framing.

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Founded in 1947, Magnum Photos is a photographic cooperative, agency and archive owned by its members and driven by their independent spirit. Its Instagram account is full of gripping images, from a bar girl in a Havana brothel in 1954 to iconic portraits of Frank Sinatra, Salvador Dali and the cast of Mad Men. Insights from the photographers accompany many shots, and the words of late photojournalist Tim Hetherington in one caption could serve as a mission statement for Magnum itself: "I want to record world events, big History told in the form of a small history."

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A true child of the social media age, New Zealand teenager Liam Martin has gained Instagram fame simply by posting low-budget recreations of celebrity glamour shots. Just how low budget? In one pic on @waverider_, he mimics Taylor Swift's flowing blond locks by attaching long strands of wiggly spaghetti to his head. Interpretations of bootylicious celebs like Kim Kardashian, Nikki Minaj and Beyoncé, meanwhile, include balloons attached to the skinny teen's backside. Martin's lighthearted, lo-fi approach has resulted in more than 2 million Instagram followers, and even his own T-shirt line.

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It's not just the pictures of middle-aged schlubs in pajamas and leisurewear that makes the "Fashion Dads" feed so funny. Co-creators Ashley Hesseltine and Travis May (who previously started the "Bros Being Basic" account) amplify the ridiculousness by penning long captions meant to read like the copy from an upscale catalog. The combination of dumpy guys in khakis and text that reads, "Staying fresh and fabulous tonight with a pair of relaxed fit #Dockers" parodies both the overblown language of fashionistas and the general lack of effort that the average middle-aged American male puts into dressing.

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The lead growler of neo-thrash-metal punishers Lamb of God offers a softer side of himself on Instagram, showing off his photography skills in impressive surfing shots, cityscapes and sunsets, all often complemented with diary-like captions explaining the stories behind his pics. Most interesting, though, are Blythe's shots of people, such as the wrinkly-faced Lamb of God fan he highlighted in his "Beauty of My People" photo exhibit and live shots of his metal peers in Mayhem, Judas Priest and Danzig onstage. No matter who or what he's shooting, Blythe manages to balance beauty with stark reality.

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What kind of pictures does the fastest man alive post? Primarily still shots and videos of himself in training: running sprints, lifting weights, hauling sledges and generally being awesome. And never let it be said that Bolt doesn't enjoy the benefits of being an Olympic champion. His feed could double as the scrapbook of a suave secret agent who hobnobs with political leaders and kicks back in swanky resorts. If you've ever wanted to pretend that you live the life of a man who zooms down a track all day and listens to reggae in model-filled hot tubs all night, this is the account for you.

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You won't find many selfies or behind-the-scenes shots on Patton Oswalt's feed. What you will find are life's little oddities viewed through the actor-comedian's wryly observant lens. Leave it to Oswalt to see X1 starfighters in the weave of his daughter's shirt or the Eye of Sauron in a wall decoration at a Cheesecake Factory. He's also got an uncanny ability to spot bizarre signs and labels; your life will be a little bit richer for being made aware of businesses like "The Flip Flop Stop" ("Because 'Crippling Depression Footwear' lacks the 'fun' touch," Oswalt writes).

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Cory Richards is a National Geographic photographer and extreme mountain climber, and he combines these two pursuits to capture jaw-dropping images. Among the many endeavors chronicled in his Instagram feed: his team's attempt to traverse the unclimbed west ridge of Hkakabo Razi, the highest mountain in Southeast Asia, located on the border between Myanmar and Tibet. Richards' photos also take his followers to the furthest reaches of the Earth literally. His documentation of his time spent on Franz Josef Land, an uninhabited archipelago located roughly 800 miles north of the Artic Circle, is particularly breathtaking.

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A scan through Seattle artist Spencer Hibert's Instagram page is like an intense, sensory-overloaded flashback to your best acid trip. The self-described "interstellar psychedelic space dweller" showcases his work of rainbow-painted skulls, bright, psychedelic origami designs and innovative, Burning Man-appropriate clothing. There's a whimsical quality that runs through Hibert's art, which is as much a playful nod and play off of the Summer of Love as an homage to Peter Max. The whole feed looks like a visual manifestation of Wayne Coyne's mind, so it's no surprise that the Flaming Lips' joyous head freak shows up in one photo.

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With awkwardly-posed selfies, screen grabs of Twitter status updates and shout-outs to her favorite designer shoe brands, Kerry Washington's Instagram doesn't seem all that different from your best friend Sally's. Of course, Sally probably doesn't post pics of herself with the cast of her own smash TV show, hosting Saturday Night Live or resting her chin on Michelle Obama's shoulder on a magazine cover. It's that mix of the glamorous and mundane that, at least on Instagram, makes Washington seem oddly approachable, even as she puts her celebrity life on full blast.

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Who doesn't love a cute grandma . . . in a Drake T-shirt . . . with no bra . . . lighting a fat J . . . while putting down basic bitches in a big ol' Kentucky twang? Meet Baddie Winkle, who has been "stealing your man," as her profile puts it, "since 1928." Her sartorial aplomb (think tie-dye, pot leaves and bathing suits) and general badassery have attracted over 996K followers and shout-outs from Rihanna. This year, a Brooklyn-based creative agency called Grit featured Baddie Winkle in their launch campaign, and L.A. street-style brand Dimepiece plastered her across a billboard outside Coachella. This baddie is badder than ever.

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Puff Daddy still lives life like he's inside a rap video. The famed mogul suits up for jet-ski rides, films a haircut-in-progress aboard his million yacht and bets actor Mark Wahlberg 0,000 that Floyd Mayweather will win the latest "fight of the century." What keeps followers rooting for him, though, is when he shows how hard he'll work for the money: In between standard product placements for Revolt TV, Ciroc and Aqua Hydrate, he will even film himself jogging on a busy street to promote a concert at Madison Square Garden. Gotta respect the hustle.

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The life of a self-described "photograffeur" and "urban activist" is an exciting one, judging from JR's Instagram feed. The 2011 TED Prize winner, whose identity is cloaked in mystery, hangs out of helicopters, dangles off cranes and brushes shoulders with Robert De Niro while transforming public locations into challenging pieces of art by flyposting massive black-and-white photographic images onto buildings and streets. As serious as the work often is, the sense of fun behind the scenes is nearly as inspiring.

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If you're the type who still holds on to that "FRANKIE SAYS RELAX" T-shirt from 1984 even though it hasn't fit you since, well, 1984 then congratulations on finding your dream Instagram account. Its curator collects photos of vintage tees from around the world, mostly focusing on rock & roll threads; expect to find ratty old Black Flag, Iron Maiden, Bruce Springsteen and Clash fashion statements galore. But there are also some real pop-culture-nerd finds, including an Elvira-Coors promotional tee and several shirts featuring the California Raisins.

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"Look at my food." "Saint Patrick's Day stuff." "A tall glass of beer next to an empty bottle at a bar because I want everyone to know that I'm starting to get into craft beer." We're all clichés, snapping and sharing the same pictures, and nothing drives that point home more than seeing those photos described in flat, unadorned script, stripped of any imagery. "I told my friend to take a picture of me standing under a tree while I look away in another direction. This is all I did today." If you want Instagram to remind you how much you suck on Instagram, @satiregram is for you.

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It's always disorienting to see Game of Thrones cast members in real life. Is it their modern-day ensembles? The natural hair color? No, it's the fact that they don't look grim, disheveled, vindictive or otherwise miserable. Hey, there's Cersei (Heady) and Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) together, flashing some unimaginably wide grins, as if to say, "All weddings have some last-minute hiccups, right?" But Headey, that saucy little minx, actually posted a spoilerific picture in which she smooshes the eyes of Pedro Pascal, who plays Oberyn Martell, before an episode in which his character met a similarly gruesome fate. Calm down, Internet. Nobody put it together until after the fact.

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Rolling Stone's 2014 Wrestler of the Year also dabbles in stand-up comedy (he even dated Amy Schumer). Hence an IG account that finds the former Kent St. amateur grappling standout and current WWE headliner kicking back with some Marx Brothers and likening himself to a baby elephant in between requisite in-ring shots illustrating his singular athleticism. He's a bit like the Rock's self-deprecating younger cousin — a gifted go-getter devotedly in the cult of Rodney Dangerfield rather than rallying his flock.

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Joel Strong cuts out pictures of famous people's heads and photographs them, dangling from his fingers, atop a real, live person's body. Sounds simple? Perhaps. And yet, there's actually something wonderfully surreal in the contrast between a 2D Beyoncé head and a 3D Any Dude standing in the park. The jean jacket looks right, the big hands do not: uncanny valley is achieved. Best of all are Strong's painstaking stop-motion videos, set to music, of his Franken-people dancing. The bodies strut, sway and drop it like it's hot; the heads hover in place and alternate expressions and hairdos, like digital marionettes for our celebrity-obsessed age.

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After four decades of constant fame, the Queen of Pop has been hesitant to foist her family into the spotlight, but Instagram is a great place to find her flossing about her four kids (the feed hosts frequent posts of her athletic son Rocco @tryadum doing daredevil-esque feats). Always provocative, Madge has also used this forum to stir up controversy by praising Margaret Thatcher, dueling with Drake. . .and commenting on her kids using language some folks have found objectionable. But she also posts plenty of new and old pictures of herself looking drop-dead sexy and nostalgic pics from her formidable career that serve as a great reminder that before she hung with Diplo she used to chill with Basquiat.

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Actor-writer-producer Felicia Day has firmly established herself as the geek queen of the current era, tracing a bright line across the Internet from her groundbreaking Web series The Guild to her nerd-culture video hub Geek & Sundry. Day's Instagram is marked by her trademark humor and pop-culture savvy, with funny selfies galore and shots of hang time with celeb buddies from Brandon "Superman" Routh to Eliza "Faith Lehane" Dushku. And then, of course, there are those days when she simply gets painted blue.

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Arthur Elgort has been shooting for Vogue since the early Seventies, so the Brooklyn-born fashion photog knows his way around a model or two, as his Instagram feed bountifully displays: There's Claudia Schiffer in a swimsuit in Petit St. Vincent in 1991, Janice Dickinson relaxing in a hammock on Fire Island in 1976 and Iman and Calvin Klein hanging out in New York City in 1982. But Elgort's Instagram is not tied to the past only &#8212 he also includes recent photographs here, such as those from a Yahoo Style shoot with Miss "Blurred Lines" herself, Emily Ratajkowski.

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James Franco is either completely lacking in self-awareness or suffering from too much of it. Therein lies the appeal of the actor/director/author/poet/visual artist/academic/musician's sometimes surreal account, where he publishes an endless stream of selfies but also finds a way to turn them into a real-life performance project (selling James Franco Selfie T-shirts and writing op-eds on the social-media trend). Embedded within the always awkwardly angled photos is plenty of self-deprecation, brotherly love towards his friends and younger sibling Dave Franco and sneak peeks into his never-ending list of future projects. Yes, he's a divisive personality, but Franco sure knows how to engage an audience.

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Fed up with the collagen, silicon and Photoshopping that dominates the modern glamor industry? The "70s Babes" account offers image after image of lovely, natural-looking women from the era of rampant bralessness and "the dry look." Culled from magazines and old publicity stills, these photos of the likes of Farrah Fawcett, Joni Mitchell and Ali MacGraw (plus countless forgotten models of the past, who followers have fun trying to identify) celebrate the blissfulness of an earthy, casual decade often unfairly maligned by the fashion-conscious.

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Both halves of the Roots dummer's stage name are aptly captured by his robust Instagram feed. Jimmy Fallon's right-hand musical man is on a constant journey to snag and share experiences, goods and moments that feed his passions, like the half-devoured deep-dish pizza he savored and snapped while in Chicago. Or Mobb Deep's The Infamous, whose significance he emphasized by re-posting The Source's five-mic review. @questlove is also a self-promotional beast for his nationwide DJ residences, but sometimes, it's just a place to show that one can love Kanye, but absolutely adore when Amy Schumer tumbles for him.

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Jessica Anteby is a stylist by day and the deadpan persona behind Beige Cardigan (the name is based on slang for a blah, milk-toast wifey type) by night. If you like your absurdist memes neat and readily shareable, @beigecardigan is for you. Most posts are captionless; others are limited to one word, like "Mood" alongside, say, an image of a mustachioed man contently eating pizza while soaking in the tub. Sometimes, though, images inspire more of an outpouring from Anteby, like: "Rihanna rolling a blunt on some guy's head. Good night." Oh, and Instagram power-couple alert: based on Anteby's personal account, Beige Cardigan enjoys canoodling with Fuck Jerry!

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The most well known — and quite possibly greatest — skateboarder of the past quarter-century, Tony Hawk's Instagram is a fount of skating pics and clips, as well as images from his own past. There are shots of a young Tony competing at the '87 Savannah Slamma, landing his first kickflip McTwist at the Skate Park of Tampa in '94 and appearing in a suitably goofy mid-Eighties Mountain Dew TV commercial. But it's not all fun and games — Hawk also has a series of posts documenting the slowly morphing ass welt that resulted from a 720 gone wrong. Hashtag? #gluteusthrashimus.

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He's hardly a household name, but thanks to his stints on Lost and The Vampire Diaries, Somerhalder has a strong following. The preternaturally photogenic actor nurtures his fan base through posting behind-the-scenes TVD pictures, scrawling little messages on his hands and rallying his troops to social causes — giving his public at least the impression of full access to his daily life and thoughts. It helps that he's one handsome S.O.B., who looks good whether he's goofing around with his cell phone or romping on the beach on his honeymoon with actress Nikki Reed.

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Yung Jake was a rapper, CalArts grad and Internet trickster when he found his truest form of expression: He would arrange and repeat tiny cartoons of faces, fruit, buildings and hamburgers until they came to resemble the likeness of a famous entertainer, like post-modern pointillism. This wasn't the beginning of emoji art, but it will long be remembered as the point when the medium reached full maturity. Jake's catalog now includes Chief Keef, Young Thug, Ellen Degeneres and Larry David; last month, he attempted his first action shot, depicting Madonna standing above and a gagging Drake the moment after their Coachella make-out.

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Sure, there are plenty of places on the Internet to look at photos of hot dudes and pics of dogs, but why not just multitask? Hot Dudes With Dogs does just that, posting a delightful collection of shots of typically buff guys holding some cute pups. There's definitely no lack of adorableness available on this account, especially since it's hard to tell whose eyes are smoldering you the most: the man or the animal.

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No, Katy Perry isn't flanked by gyrating sharks on a daily basis, but the singer's real-life globe-trotting can get just as strange. If her Instagram is any indication, Perry's tour itineraries have included time for doing splits on the Great Wall of China and flicking wrapped Kraft Singles as if they were dollar bills fluttering inside Atlanta's Magic City. Plus, the company she keeps is delightful, including fellow stars like Adele and Nicki Minaj, her "CoCo"-loving mother and tour mascot Butters, a cavalier King Charles spaniel-poodle mix who enjoys books with scratch-and-sniff pages.

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The most dangerous thing the majority of us will do involving Instagram is maybe share a drunken selfie; teenage urban explorer Humza Deas regularly risks life and limb, as well as arrest for trespassing, to create his posts. A leading member of the "outlaw Instagrammer" movement, the New Yorker teeters on the edge of skyscrapers, crawls through subway tunnels and scales bridges before dawn to capture the cityscape from unusual and often daredevil perspectives. The resulting images are sometimes gritty and noir-ish, sometimes epic and dystopian — like lost frames from Blade Runner — and always fearless.

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You'll come for the 2 Broke Girls star's nerdy selfies, behind-the-scenes sitcom shots and celebrity stream-of-conscious witticisms ("Tonight on an all-new episode of Tool Bag Garbanzos, Max holds a lot of cats. Other stuff also happens but who cares: CATS.") But you'll stay for the candid shots of Dennings' boyfriend Josh Groban holding tiny fruit, more shots of adorable animals than should be legal and an abundance of unapologetically girly goofiness. Lots of TV stars have Instagram accounts that make them seem too cool for school; Dennings is one of the few that actually looks like she's consistently having a blast.

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Judging from Andrew Lamb's Instagram, the life of a puppet-maker is never boring. From bison taxidermy to mechanical arms to videos of Lamb doing a soft-shoe from inside a handmade suit of armor, @dcmism brings you into the Toronto-based artist's bizarre world. His most oddball pursuit, heavily chronicled in his feed, is something he calls the Neighbourhood Watch Project, in which Lamb refaces "This Community Protected" municipal signs in downtown Toronto with images of the Fonz, Mr. Rogers, the cast of Police Academy and He-Man, among others. Toronto seems safer already.

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The handle says it all: @kanyedoingthings is basically, well, Kanye doing things. There's Kanye stretching. Kanye sleeping. Kanye yawning. Kanye winking. Want proof that Kanye is not only human, but also a fallible human? Check out the clip of Kanye and John Mayer fumbling through a high-five-into-bro-hug disaster. The whole feed is oddly mesmerizing, with the mundanity of just what it is Kanye is doing matched perfectly by the similarly dull descriptions. So a photo of Kanye, um, licking a head, is following by the description "Kanye licking a head." Stars — they're just like us!

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Best Coast's singer-songwriter keeps it real (and really hilarious) with crushed-velvet turtlenecks, fishbowl-size margaritas, Seinfeld screen caps, new tattoos and #TBTs that feature adorably questionable hairstyles. Her real friends get repeated love while her real love, Wavves' Nathan Williams, is kept pretty discreet. And there are plenty of posts of her beloved orange kitty, Snacks, too. If you're ever in Los Angeles, Cosentino will probably convince you to stay there, because she seems like a genuinely solid hang.

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In many ways, LeBron is the perfect superstar for the social-media age: His Instagram account is a mishmash of the casually tossed off and the precisely manicured, at once compellingly human and perfectly calculated. A photo of a half-full carafe of wine in front of a (carefully placed?) copy of Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs bio follows a pro photo congratulating his "Nike brother" Paul George on his return from injury. Picking apart the brand from the man is half the fun.

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Willow Smith is definitely the voice of the artistic future, but who's to say she isn't the voice of the present as well? Through her Instagram, Will and Jada Pinkett Smith's teenage daughter expresses the world through her own Technicolor eyes, sharing the art and literature she loves. In between expressing her aesthetic and being a popular musician, Smith peppers her extraordinary feed with some ordinary reminders that she's still a 14-year-old kid who loves to hang out with her friends and 16-year-old brother Jaden when she's not taking over the world.

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There's nothing the Internet loves more than a pet with an adorable physical abnormality — which is why Marnie the Shih Tzu is an Instagram canine superstar. The 12-year-old rescue dog used to have something called vestibular syndrome, which left her with a permanently tilted head and lolling tongue. Big, guileless eyes the size of small planets and a sweet adoption story complete the package — and it doesn't hurt that she's game for any and all outfits. The old gal has had her share of famous cuddle buddies, including Usher, Aaron Paul and. . .Darth Vader?

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There's a singular kind of poignancy conjured by the sight of a man slumped on a chair in the middle of a store, waiting for his loved ones to finish shopping. @miserable_men brilliantly crowdsources every such excruciating moment. Bald men asleep in furniture displays, pot-bellied men surrounded by racks of teenybopper clothes, flinty-eyed men sitting on pallets of bottled water, resigned men holding piles of brassieres. And a surprising number of men fully reclining on mall benches, staring up at their smartphones — perhaps checking out their fellow miserable men on Instagram.

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Her brother David may shun the Internet, but the Strangers With Candy cult icon is an Instagram aficionado. Sedaris uses her multiple daily postings to draw our collective attention to freaky artwork and life's little oddities. In fact, her feed looks like a mood board created by the subconscious mind: giant plastic fingernails, a floor plan with passageways for ghosts, a poodle with a bouffant. Portraits of Amy in strange makeup and arresting poses complete the package. And lest we forget, screengrabs of the numerous times that she added a dose of weird to Letterman.

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Ono has wholeheartedly embraced social media. Her Twitter account has long been a must-follow thanks to her calming platitudes and a weekly Q&A where she answers fan questions. And her Instagram is like a lovely travelogue that follows the artist as she journeys to various destinations (New York City, Tokyo, San Sebastian) and checks out different art galleries around the world. The occasional #tbt posts to her young artist days, or the day she married John Lennon, are a sweet bonus.

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Award-winning comic-book artist Chris Samnee has drawn Daredevil, Captain America and Thor professionally, but on Instagram he explores his fun side with sketches of "Coffee Shop Hulk," characters from Indiana Jones and Game of Thrones and even a cute Valentine's Day self-portrait with his wife. He also occasionally shows his process, such as a sketch of Nick Fury that he showed in its pencil, marker and brushed ink stages, as well as a glimpse at how he suffers for his art (pen thumb!). It all makes for an engaging portrait of an artist at work.

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Tattoo artist to the stars Keith "Bang Bang" McCurdy has inked everyone from Katy Perry and Rita Ora to LeBron James and Justin Bieber to voluptuously eyebrowed Chanel model Cara Delevingne. McCurdy shares plenty of photos of his crisp, classy art on his Instagram feed, as well as candids of himself hanging with clients/friends like Rihanna, who crashed a recent birthday party. But what makes @bangbangnyc essential following is that McCurdy often asks his celebrity canvases to tattoo him and posts pics of that presumably painful process as well — check an August shot of Miley Cyrus gleefully inking a crescent moon into his hand.

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Brooklyn dude starts posting funny Internet stuff on Instagram, one day wakes up with 4.1 million followers. That's what happened to Elliot Tebele, the man behind @fuckjerry (yes, the name is inspired by Seinfeld). He did it with posts that typically complain about parents, drunk friends and exams, or celebrate the simple pleasures, like sleeping in and being high at the zoo. The most popular, however, effortlessly locate that ineffable sweet spot between silliness and profundity — a baby wrapped up like a burrito got 150,000 likes.

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Blogger and photographer Scott Schuman has been documenting fashion and design with striking photographs of sharp-dressed men and women both on the runway and on the sidewalk for a decade on his website TheSartorialist.com. His Instagram offers the same unique perspectives that made him a go-to photographer for ad campaigns and fashion mags — just more frequently. Recently, it's featured men with a flair for both formal and casual dress, women who can layer and dress simply with verve, lushly composed street scenes in Milan, bright purple flowers bordering a door in Capri, scrumptious-looking fried spaghetti and a stark shot of a New York City building. No matter what he's shooting, Schuman has a knack for making it look beautiful.

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T. Swift's massively popular Instagram feed (33.2 million fans and counting!) is totally and completely Swift-y: Yes, there are plenty of photos of Swift dancing at awards shows or celebrating her birthday with Jay Z and Beyoncé. But for every one of those shots, there's a video of her adorable cats, Olivia Benson and Meredith Grey; a shout-out to her fans (and fan memes); or a video of the world's biggest pop star dorkily battling her little brother for Easter eggs.

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The official feed for Conan O'Brien's late-night show is a boon to fans who can't stay up past 10 p.m. anymore. A mix of backstage snaps and monologue one-liners, the Team Coco pics are all about capturing the looseness of a show where celebrities like Sean Penn and Rosario Dawson are encouraged to be silly. Ignore the comments on the political jokes (or the comments on any of the posts, really), and scrolling through these pics can be a lot like watching Conan: a few gags, a little star-power and plenty of shots of the host looking hilariously pained.

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What's the next best thing to hitting the beach first thing in the morning? Clicking on an app and looking at action photos of one of the most accomplished pro surfers in history shooting the curl. Slater's feed is peppered with pictures of healthy foods (the dude loves his chia), personal announcements, good-natured celebrity trash-talking and images that support his environmental activism. But for the most part he posts bitchin' wave after bitchin' wave — each stunning to look at even without the crazy short-boarders trying to ride them.

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Schumer's star is decidedly on the rise lately, with a Comedy Central series that's been hilariously sticking it to the patriarchy for three seasons and counting; her Judd Apatow-directed screenwriting debut, Trainwreck, is due out in July. The comedienne's account provides a glimpse into her day-to-day — which, if you're Schumer, means text-message convos with Colin Quinn, crawling alongside Kim and Kanye on the red carpet and pukey Scuba-diving excursions. You know, normal stuff.

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He made his name as a conflict photojournalist embedded in war zones and even battled PTSD following his work in Iraq, but Benjamin Lowy's Instagram account is generally dedicated to much lighter, though no less stunning, fare. His black-and-white shots of the Super Bowl and the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight are vivid distillations of athletic poetry. His Technicolor nature photos are breathes of crisp air. But it's his dizzying, surreal "Walkscapes" — which merge 30 to 100 cell-phone pictures that Lowy snaps as he strolls down a city block — that truly amaze.

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Little kids exist forever on the brink of total meltdown. A feed of photos of mid-distress wee ones is likely sporadically entertaining for the childless, but for parents who have had to craft armor against nonsensical crying fits out of good humor and little else, it's a goldmine. It could do with a little less of the "Why is this kid prettier than me?" and "When bae. . ." posts, but the rewards of a kid meeting Iron Man out of costume are worth it.

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Cam'ron fills his wildly entertaining feed with memes, old high school basketball photos and shots of female fans posing with unusual merch — everything from medical masks to shower curtains. Those are all fun, but nothing tops the adorable videos of the MC and his girlfriend Juju goofing around, riding tandem bikes and breaking it down at the local bodega. After purchasing a Dipset bedspread, serious fans can dig deeper by checking out Killa Cam's equally entertaining expanded universe: Juju's own Instagram is filled with work-out selfies and more couple adventures, and his mother offers both deeper throwbacks and occasional disses.

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Danny Clinch has shot everyone from Bruce Springsteen and Willie Nelson to Jay Z and Tupac, and you can find pics of these and many more of his illustrious subjects (the Beastie Boys, James Brown) throughout his feed. Following @dannybones64 is also a good way to keep tabs on the always moving photographer/director/musician, whether he's onstage jamming with Bruce or Tom Morello, opening his gallery show in New York City or posting rare Shannon Hoon photos to help publicize his Kickstarter-funded documentary on the late Blind Melon singer.

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Only a supermodel-turned-actress would be so comfortably gorgeous to make herself grotesque for candid photos by crossing her eyes, flaring her nostrils, making rubbery faces or sticking out her tongue. It's either goofily modest or supremely arrogant — you decide. Her feed is as hyperactive as she is, a pastiche of classy magazine covers, daffy sayings that celebrate risk and rebellion and homages to bacon. She was pretty psyched when she passed the 10-million mark, which is a third of Beyoncé's followers and not too shabby for someone who isn't yet the next big thing (but is about to be).

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The account for the Parks and Recreation star's online community dedicated to empowering young girls and women is as awesomely motivational as you'd expect from the erstwhile Leslie Knope. Quotes from feminists like Maya Angelou and Gloria Steinem are interspersed with fan art, puppy photos and even the occasional dispatch from Poehler herself. It's like following your super-cool BFF who gives you the occasional much-needed pep talk.

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"Betches" are girls who drink too much, are, like, soooo into dieting and shopping and get lampooned/celebrated on the Instagram account run by Jordana Abraham, Aleen Kuperman and Samantha Fishbein. It's based on their website, Betches Love This, a sort of College Humor meets Stuff White People Like with a dash of Tucker Max crossed with Cosmo. Taking on favorite targets including the Olsen Twins (a gaunt Mary Kate asks, "Siri? Am I hungry?") and Internet dating ("u don't look like 200 likes in person"), few Instagram accounts skewer the superficial life so sharply.

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The drummer for Superchunk, Bob Mould and Mountain Goats has a side gig as one-half of the comedy duo Scharpling & Wurster, and much like brilliant absurdist bits he's perfected with his partner on the radio program/podcast The Best Show, Wurster's feed is wonderfully nonsensical and silly (with just a wee bit of toilet humor — literally). Amid the jokes about Wawa and Kiss are more sincere shout-outs to his bandmates and Scharpling, as well as some truly awesome #tbts to early Superchunk gigs.

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What's that you say? You haven't had nearly enough nightmares in this lifetime? Never fear (or rather, fear all the time!), because Crap Taxidermy is here to haunt your dreams with more dead-eyed abominations and unholy chimera than you can shake a fleshing knife at. This account collects poorly executed dead-animal art from around the Web, from asymmetrical bobcats and stoned polar bears to some unholy communion of a duck and a rabbit. Sleep tight!

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You go online. You see this joke: "Q: What is the craziest thing you have ever done for money? A: Go to college." You laugh and share it, but leave it at that. @thefatjewish, though, has this to add: "If you think you're getting anything out of college other than having sex with someone dressed like a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle while blackout drunk after a Halloween party, you are sorely mistaken." And that is why Josh Ostrovsky is the one with 4.4 million followers, a book deal and two TV shows sold. Wannabes, take note.

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In November 2014, Hawkeye Huey embarked on a two-week road trip through the American West, posting photos taken with his Fuji Intax 210 at locales like Joshua Tree and Monument Valley. Which, in and of itself, doesn't sound like a big deal — until you take into account that Hawkeye is a five-year-old boy. His father, National Geographic photog Aaron Huey, has been nurturing his son's interest in the medium for the past year, and Hawkeye has a unique and captivating perspective — something his nearly 86,000 followers clearly appreciate.

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You don't need to be fluent in Portuguese to appreciate the work of twin street artists Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo, collectively known as Osgemeos. Operating out of their native São Paulo, the siblings are known for their bright, cartoony wall art, which draws influences from Brazilian, New York graffiti and hip-hop culture. Keep up with their Instagram to see their latest stuff, like a crowd of faces on the side of a train or a paint-splattered figure beneath a bridge.

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The current Cleveland Cavalier got in trouble on Twitter years ago for using what some saw as gang-affiliated language. On Instagram, Smith has been a lot tamer, causing only minor hubbubs for gushing over Rihanna and for "liking" one model's photograph during a game. More often, he focuses on pictures of himself (on the court or hanging out with children) and inspirational messages. For a quick dose of uplift — broken up by the occasional anti-racism political cartoon and shameless flirting — it's hard to beat "Team Swish."

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Natasha Lyonne is mistress of the deep dive, digging up ancient photos of tween Ol' Dirty Bastard, RuPaul holding a crying Frances Bean and Stephen King and his entire brood. But if you've ever wondered what it's like to be friends with Lyonne — well, you absolutely should, because it seems positively divine. She keeps rad company: Clea Duvall, Ali Shawkat, the entire cast of Orange Is the New Black (obviously) and her number-one BFF, Chloë Sevigny. This is basically an effortlessly curated list of cool.

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Founding Sonic Youth bassist Kim Gordon put her life story into words in her recently released memoir, Girl in a Band, but on Instagram she gives people a real glimpse into her life. A mix of pics of her playing bass in the past, chilling with grunge royalty and playing with new band Body/Head, as well as some of her visual art, Gordon's Instagram simply presents a stream-of-conscious, #nofilter account of how a tireless musician, artist and writer splits her time. Thanks to posts that occasionally border on being as surreal as her paintings and lyrics, it's never dull.

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Twenty-two-year-old urban climber Vitaliy Raskalov and his daredevil partner Vadim Makhorov have spent the last few years scaling some of the world's tallest buildings — such as the 2,000-plus-foot-high Shanghai Tower, a feat for which they received an official country-wide ban from the Chinese government. Raskalov's Instagram feed, which includes hundreds of photos taken from atop ridiculously massive structures throughout the world — and which often feature legs or other body parts dangling precariously over cityscapes far below — is awe-inspiring and vertigo-inducing.

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Come for the cute texts from Mom or to see Witherspoon goofing around with Hot Pursuit costar Sofia Vergara, but definitely stay for the nugatory wisdom she gleans from roadside marquees, greeting cards, sidewalk tiles, bar signs, paint swatches, sepia-toned images of inspirational women and the always quotable Anonymous. The way you do anything is the way you do everything. Indeed. And Witherspoon does everything with earnest charm — or is it mild aggression? Bottom line: Laura Jeanne Reese Witherspoon doesn't suffer fools gladly, and when she sees that saying on a mug or an embroidered pillow, you can be sure it will show up in her feed.

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The brainchild of Brooklyn's Marta Freedman was created "as a joke" after a bad breakup led the 25-year-old to take selfies at her favorite pizza joint. The Instagram now blends photos of celebrities showing off their favorite slice — "Who cares that it's #nationalburgerday when Beyoncé is eating pizza," reads one post — with submitted pics of fashionable girls chowing down on their favorite pie. Freedman bills it as a "tasteful photo project," which translates to less frat-boy id-fulfilling fantasies and more goofy celebration of everyone's favorite food. Bonus points to the Drake parody album cover, If You're Reading This, Eat Pizza

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When Drake has something to get off his chest, he writes it in a song. When his thoughts are too loose for verse, he posts them on Instagram, reflecting on his rise to stardom and explaining why Scooter Braun needs "to convince the world that I am an up and coming pop star so I can really shine." In between, @ChampagnePapi hosts fan-made memes (i.e. when he captioned this Harry Potter photoshop, "Me at Hogwarts scheming on Hermoine #DrakeOMolfoy #CantStandMuggles") and finds new ways to present his art, like when he typed out the lyrics to "Underground Kings" on a T.I.-83 Plus graphing calculator — presumably before beginning a game of Block Dude.

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Mark Seliger is best known for his stunning portraits (he has shot over 100 Rolling Stone covers alone), and his Instagram account features pics of his work for a variety of outlets and with a range of subjects — there's Lou Reed and Lenny Kravitz, but also Nelson Mandela and presidents Obama and Clinton. As for how his photos translate to the digital format, for the past two years Seliger has run an Instagram portrait studio from inside the Vanity Fair Oscar Party, capturing everyone from Bill Murray to Sophia Vergara in their formal best, with many of these shots on display here.

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While you're waiting with bated breath and freshly packed bong for Broad City to return for another season, Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer's Instagram account is alive and kicking. The feed features a combo of pictures and videos, and the latter are definitely worth clicking through: Who doesn't want to watch these two tear up a room or just hang out in a cab? Not to mention a series of memos from the show's put-upon office drone, Nicole. In the off-season, quirky fan art abounds: the girls riding a Pegasus, Ilana as Wolverine, Trey getting dirty with a pool noodle. All we can say is, YAS QUEEN.

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The baddest tennis player on the planet elicits a fair amount of closet envy via her slick feed. But the real pull of this 19-time Grand Slam champ's pictorial pastiche is its intersection of glamor and intimacy, and how it affirms two qualities that have always made Serena so appealing: her ferocious femininity (she even makes stretching look hot) and family-first realness (see: Serena busting on mom catching z's). Plus: Cute doggie photos!

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It's virtually impossible to be impervious the nonstop charm tornado that is Chris Pratt. Resistance is futile! Over the years, the Guardians of the Galaxy and Parks and Recreation star has proven himself to be game for just about anything, as his Instagram feed can attest. Live raccoon crawling all over his face? Bring it. Claiming a waterfall for his own on the set of Jurassic World? Why not. And the Internet will not soon forget the legendary crazy-good abs shot that signaled to the world that he was making the leap from lovably squishy comedian to rock-solid action hero.

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Chrissy Teigen's life would be supremely jealousy-inducing if her entire Internet presence weren't so endearing. The supermodel/foodie/TV personality has become even more famous for her self-awareness and brilliant sense of humor, but is downright loveable while sharing tidbits of her delicious life and blissful marriage with soul singer John Legend. Plus, thanks to the whirlwind few years both her and her husband have had, Teigen's Instagram is an often hilarious behind-the-scenes look at awards shows and famous hangs that invite her followers in on her wild life.

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In the Seventies and Eighties, former New York Post photographer Martha Cooper was introduced to the then-bourgeoning graffiti scene and eventually became one of the underground art form's most vocal and prolific supporters. Cooper's work exposed countless people to the nascent street movement known as "hip-hop" and at 72, her feed continues to espouse her love of the genre: It's a self-described "mix of graff, street art, hip hop & everyday life." Rapping and DJing may have supplanted graffiti in mainstream hip-hop culture, but Cooper's feed shows that the art form is very much alive and thriving.

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We can't know the catalyst for a lot of these breakups — an infidelity, or possibly a heated disagreement about Field of Dreams — but trigger warning: This brings up all the feelings. Some posts are just pathetic, like the person who owns up to being a heel but still hopes his backpack won't be burned and the desperate drunk pleas for cuddles (or Netflix passwords). The ones in which someone pours out their heart only to get a photo of shrugging Kanye or a derisive otter in return are pretty rough, but then the ex who admits to fully hating the other party but still thinks she ought to know about a "dank" parmesan garlic seasoning kinda warms the heart. The rest are ducking toxic.

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As unpredictable on Instagram as she is in real life, Miley Cyrus posts kaleidoscopic, stream-of-consciousness mash-ups of memes, pop culture and everything Miley — a twerking Spider-Man, a #FreeTheNipple poster (with her face pasted on each character), a Barbie with pink armpit hair and, uh, other hair that she tagged #selfie. When she's not living out a psychedelic fantasy life, she offers an occasional glimpse into her not-so-normal everyday, playing with her dog on a giant pizza, hanging with Rock and Roll Hall of Famers of different induction years and smoking giant blunts. She once even posted a close-up pic of one of Rolling Stone's favorite tattoos. As if her stage outfits weren't enough proof: This is a woman with nothing to hide.

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Tom Hanks plus Banksy: Most would have conceived the pun, chuckled out some weed smoke and relit their bowl. Hanksy not only adopted it as a pseudonym, he built it into a movement, gaining nearly 50,000 followers and causing IRL commotion with his overflowing "Best of the Worst" gallery show. The art, meanwhile, lives up to the artist's name, and no play on words is too crass for this masked parodist. A recent favorite pairs Drake and Steve Wozniak under the banner "With my Woz." And if you don't like the white van tagged "Rick Morvanis," try the photo of a similar vehicle painted with the likeness of "Vanny McBride."

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@seriousdesign is something of a misleading name — unless you consider images of everyday objects that use various foods, in particular raw meat, in their construction to be a "serious" endeavor. The feed is the brainchild of Vancouver-based web and graphic designer Matija Erceg, who posts creative and colorful images of ground-beef purses, pimento-loaf socks, jumbo-shrimp ear buds and raw-chicken oven mitts, in the process fostering a reassessment of our relationship to food in its raw and cooked forms. It's at once comical and crude, and incredibly compelling. And, come to think of it, perhaps a taco shell could double as a money clip . . .

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This account has it all: nutshots, fisheye lenses, nollies, goofy foot grinds. The brainchild of professional skateboarders Steve Berra and Eric Koston (Berra + Eric = Berrics), the Berrics is a physical skatepark, a website and a state of mind. As a sport and art form that's always been about documenting the visuals of big air, gnarly tricks and nasty wipeouts as much as performing them, it's a natural for a quick-hit medium like Instagram — and the Berrics doesn't disappoint.

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If you enjoy travel fails (that aren't your own, of course), this Insta account exposes the grossest, most inexplicable behaviors seen by flight attendants and other crew members around the world. They've even helpfully collected the most awful entries on a bingo card, with spots for bare feet, unflushed toilets and passengers in, shall we say, inappropriate attire. If you've ever been stuck next to a seat hog, you'll chuckle in knowing recognition — and if not, consider this a warning of what might await you on your next flight. (Hopefully not this guy.)

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The same compulsive honesty and quirky humor that make the Girls creator so interesting (and divisive) are on full view in her Instagram account. Amid the usual photos of her dog, boyfriend (Bleachers' Jack Antonoff) and besties — normal Insta stuff — are more candid shots, like a close-up of a potentially suspicious mole and photos from the set of her HBO show. It's a behind-the-scenes look into the life of one of pop culture's most compelling young voices — one who's also not afraid of using her fame to amplify causes she holds dear, like reproductive rights, Instagram commenters be damned.

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When the rap queen said "Instagram, another flawless pic" on Beyoncé's "Flawless (Remix)," she wasn't kidding. Every photo Nicki Minaj shares is as perfect as she promises, showing off her impeccable fashion sense, pristine make-up and enviable lifestyle. Minaj has proven that she has a keen sense of her own fandom, posting the many memes that have been made of her and her lyrics, including several hilarious remakes of her "Anaconda" cover art. While touring her Pinkprint album, Minaj has used her account to slowly reveal her romantic relationship with Meek Mill, take fans behind the scenes, poke fun at herself and even show off some photos of a very turnt Bar Mitzvah gig. Flawless, indeed.

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Photo blogger Brandon Stanton has become one of the Internet's best-known shutterbugs thanks to his ongoing street-portrait series. His loosely posed shots of strangers he encounters on the sidewalks of New York City, each paired with a quote from the subject, offer surprising insights into everyday lives. Sometimes it's an old couple cuddling on a park bench, or a bricklayer's hands, or a mystery man in a bizarre headdress; always, there's more to the story than meets the eye.

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Black Keys drummer Pat Carney is known for having a somewhat odd and totally brilliant sense of humor, and @officerpatrickcarney confirms as much. His Instagram is populated with demented amateur re-imaginings of Carney as Kim Kardashian, Charles Manson and Judge Judy rocking Google Glass and sassy pics of Vanilla Ice in his Nineties finery. There are also police sketches, clowns and lots and lots of Jello molds thrown in for good measure. (And watch out, world: as of early May, Carney had a selfie stick, too.)

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A backstage look at how the most consistently unpredictable comedy program of the past 40 years gets made, Saturday Night Live's Instagram offers a sometimes hilarious, often earnest look at every episode. More than 40 pictures chronicled this season's Scarlett Johansson-hosted installment, documenting the side-stage makeup table the night before, Bobby Moynihan eating a bagel on the day of the show, the wig department, Kate McKinnon getting into her full Bieber getup, characters mid-broadcast, Wiz Khalifa in action and much more. It might be the most comprehensive look online at how a TV show gets made.

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As much as we enjoy being inspired, titillated and amused by Instagram, there are some times when we just want one thing: cute animal photos, and lots of them. For that, look no further than the Cats and Dogs of Instagram accounts, with each one offering a wonderfully curated feed of nothing more than, well, cat and dog photos. And they're glorious: Whether you need to see a kitten cuddling with a stuffed toy, a cat in a bunny costume or a chill dog on a skateboard, these accounts have you covered.

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It is a universally acknowledged truth that a single man in possession of a Tinder account must be a creep. And the gents whose missives are submitted to Tinder Nightmares (which became popular enough to garner a book deal) make Mr. Darcy seem like the sweetest guy in the world: terrible pick-up lines, gross sexual requests and weirdly brutal honesty are all par for the course. Beyond the icky come-ons, there are some truly hilarious gems — we'd almost swipe right on the guy who requested drinks, casual sex and pizza via emoji.

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@classicwrestling essentially powerbombs your Instagram feed with images of the greatest and most demented characters from the sport's history. What could be better than absentmindedly scrolling through post after post of your next-door neighbor's new cockapoo, only to be confronted with a pic of, say, a frenzied, green-haired Doink the Clown attempting to rip Bret "The Hitman" Hart's leg from his body with his signature Stump Puller finisher? But the real gold here is in the clips, like a bloodied Ric Flair grabbing a handful of Triple H's package at Survivor Series, or Mike Tyson dropping Shawn Michaels with one punch at WrestleMania. Classic wrestling, indeed.

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Just what you think it is (unless you think it's men named Richard or members of the Tea Party). Bless Instagram for un-banning this site, which was clearly the only reasonable thing to do considering that these images — of mustaches, bruises, scabs, cat tails, pantyhose runs, gum bubbles, ice flows, excrement, latticework, cigarette smoke, rocket exhaust, cacti, and all manner of landscape — can't help their resemblance to the male twig and its accompanying berries. . .for the most part. (Every now and then a phallic pancake pops up looking less than accidental.) It appears uncircumcised similitudes need not apply.

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With the rabidly anticipated The Force Awakens set to launch later this year, now is the moment when you'll want to start following the official account of the Rebel Alliance (assuming you're not already). With tongue firmly in cheek, the Star Wars feed features a lively mix of set photos from the old days, impressive fan creations and nerd-baiting glimpses into what's going on behind the scenes in the upcoming movie. And who doesn't love a nice throwback Lando?

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Actor/part-time pro wrestler extraordinaire Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is like the Tony Little you always wish you had. If being up at 5 a.m. every morning to make your thighs look like this leads to photo ops like this and shares in the biggest box-office hits of this millennium, suddenly hashtag mantras à la #JustGottaGoWithIt seem more inspirational than insipid. But mostly, it's just fun to live through this guy — who's both enjoying and paining-and-gaining through his profile as one of pop culture's most entertaining and prolific performers — in pictures.

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Living a life that falls somewhere between a teenage boy's fantasy and that of a James Bond villain, Dan Bilzerian has attracted nearly 10 million Instagram followers by flaunting his wealthy bad-boy exploits. A professional poker player who describes himself as a millionaire, playboy and "sexual philanthropist" (see artist's rendering), Bilzerian loves to show off his expensive cars, mountains of cash, "crowd-rafting" escapades at Steve Aoki concerts and pricey watches. He also frequently documents an otherwise unbelievable life, whether getting late-night pizza in his jammies with scantily clad women or showing off his gun collection with scantily clad women (and occasionally his tiny, adorable Persian cat, named Smushball). Normally, if anyone were to brag about living that kind of life, the proper response would be "pics or it didn't happen." Maybe that's why Bilzerian's on Instagram.

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The iconoclast British graffiti artist may have dabbled in gallery shows and filmmaking, but his true canvas remains the streets, walls and doorways of cities around the world. And Banksy's Instagram is the simplest way to keep up with his latest pieces — and maybe even to seek them out in person before some jerk whitewashes them. His visually loaded works are posted with no more information than their city or neighborhood. Last year he was hard at work in New York, leaving the Upper West Side a destructive shadow child and Queens a deathly Sphynx. Most recently, his haunting images have been spotted in Gaza.

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For sheer wow factor, the official Instagram of outer space takes the cosmic cake. NASA does a stellar job of reminding us how awe-inspiring life, the universe and everything is with jaw-dropping photos captured by the various spacecraft we've sent out into the vacuum. And the shots sure as hell put things in perspective, running the gamut from distant galaxies photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope to stunning images of Earth snapped by astronauts in orbit — absolutely no filters necessary.

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Beyoncé pays as close attention to the visuals associated with her work as her music, so it's no wonder that Instagram is the social-media platform she's taken to updating regularly. Her account is a gorgeous stream of her lavish vacations, sweet family life and favorite things alongside subtle announcements about her career and public image. For many, a simple video she posted with the caption "Surprise!" was the first indication that she had dropped a new album on iTunes. And who else can send the web into a fervor by previewing her outfit for an event before she even shows up to the red carpet, like she did for the 2015 Met Gala?

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Even the most relaxed travelers might experience pre-flight anxiety after looking through the Transportation Security Administration's account. Most of the feed is devoted to photos of the items the TSA has confiscated from luggage at various airports — and the only proper reaction to it is WTF?!? The items go beyond full-size bottles of shampoo; we're talking about a hatchet and brass knuckles, loaded handguns, live eels and a shocking number of batarangs. And that's just the stuff the TSA actually catches. It's utterly fascinating, and — if we're being honest — a little terrifying.

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There were six months of darkness in the world when Rihanna quit Instagram following the brief suspension of her account for posting photos from a topless magazine spread. But then BadGalRiRi returned stronger and badder than ever, giving us the unapologetically cool pics that make her account so legendary. Rihanna's can't-give-a-fuck realness is singular. From vacation shots to party photos to endless 'grams of her infant cousin Majesty, the singer has her 19 million followers wrapped around her finger. For an added bonus, she's taken to teasing her beloved Navy with snippets from her long-awaited eighth album.

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National Geographic's visuals have been the stuff of photography legend for nearly a century, making the magazine's Instagram the primo destination for virtual globetrotting. Photos from all over the world remind you just how damn busy and beautiful the planet is on any given day. One spring Sunday alone gave glimpses into a candlelit dinner in Laos, eagles hanging out with lions in Botswana, protesters in Baltimore and an Inuit hunter near the Arctic Circle. And to think, all you did was eat brunch.

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Kim Kardashian's Instagram presence is so legendary that she was able to publish a successful book filled with her selfies. Of course, the cheaper alternative to purchasing Selfish is to endlessly scroll through images of Kim living the glamorous life we can't help but keep up with. Whether she's being cute with husband Kanye West, showing love for her equally famous sisters, promoting her addicting video game or cropping her daughter North out of photos (she was feeling her look, OK?), Kim's Insta-life is as entertaining to watch as her reality-show one. Part lifestyle guide and part diary, it's no wonder she has an audience of over 30 million fans and counting wanting to know what makes the world's most watched personality tick.

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