Tadashi Shoji looked at a vibrant Africa, captured through the eyes of artist Henri Rousseau for Pre-Fall 2016 inspiration. Still craving for more images from that vast place, we’ve turned to Instagram and found five accounts to follow to satisfy anyone’s wanderlust.





Michael Christopher Brown’s powerful images have been exhibited in the Annenberg Space for Photography and Brooklyn Museum, among other places.





African-born photographer Steven Chikosi captures the city life so vividly. It is obvious he has a deep connection to the land.


A Mazowe landscape this afternoon

A photo posted by Steven Chikosi (@stevenchikosi) onMar 4, 2016 at 12:12pm PST




Georgina Goodwin is an award-winning photographer from Kenya. From an image of Maasai women crossing the dry plains to a picture of the last male Northern White Rhinoceros, each image tells a story.




Gareth Pon is another South African photographer and filmmaker. Although is account highlights his many travels, we love his images of his home.


They asked me not to show their faces. So I'll show you their hearts instead. #latergram from #Lagos, #nigeria

A photo posted by Gareth Pon (@garethpon) onMay 26, 2016 at 10:31am PDT




This Instagram account is chockfull of photos of Africa culled from photographers all around the world.