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Meet the Artists Behind Pride Stickers in Instagram Stories

Posted on May 31, 2017

Today we rolled out Pride Stickers in the Instagram camera, all created by LGBTQ-identified artists across our global community.

When you see a pride sticker while viewing stories on Instagram, tap it to see the artist’s name and tap again to discover more photos and videos from the #pride2017 hashtag.

We invite you to meet all the artists who have worked with us to bring pride to life by checking out their accounts listed below.

José Antonio Roda (@josearoda)Roda is a gay-identified graphic artist based in Madrid. He loves to paint colorful women and experiment with different media such as cut paper, wood and ceramic.

Josh McKenna (@jshmck)Raised in a provincial British seaside town, London-based Josh McKenna explores the relationship of masculinity within sexuality through the medium of his illustrations.

Carra Sykes (@carrasykes)Carra Sykes, a student of life and banner maker for Of Our Youth, is a queer woman living and working as a designer and illustrator in Houston, Texas.

Rooney (@heyrooney)Rooney is a loudly queer, bubbly illustrator and propagator of shameless self-love living in Brooklyn, New York.

Cute Brute (@thecutebrute)Based in Brooklyn, New York, Cute Brute is an illustrator and toy designer whose work cleverly combines color, humor and sexuality in peculiar situations.


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