Whether you are looking for some inspiration for your own Snapchat or creative ways to develop Snapchat stories for your brand, follow these creative Snapchatters and start learning from the best.
Pro tip: open the Snapchat app, then press and hold the screen facing the snapcodes below to quickly find and follow these creators.
With over 1M views on his stories every day, this Norwegian illustrator artist ‘snaps unsuspecting people’ and turns them into fun characters. Ever since Geeohsnap went viral with this “Random People Project” in 2014, he’s been creating stories for brands and made appearances as a public speaker sharing the details of his creative process. Follow geeohsnap for ‘creative, fun and interesting’ content.
A graphic designer based in Arkansas and now a Snapchat creative artist and influencer, Cyrene Quiamco creates ‘stories that transform the world into something magical with Snapchat’. She has been nominated for Streamy Award in Short Form Creativity and is a Finalist of Shorty Award as Snapchatter of the Year (2015). Equipped with a stylus, an Android phone and her wild imagination, Cyrene creates snaps that usually feature herself and her sidekick character Ele. She worked with MTV, Unicef, The Voice, Disneyland, Samsung and many other amazing brands.
A Snapchat artist from Boston, Mike Platco shares fun colorful snaps demonstrating a great eye for opportunities to be creative in day to day life. Mike created stories for with NBC Universal, T-Mobile, Marriott Hotels, Star Wars and other brands that are loving his creative way to tell a story. But don’t expect it to be pictures only: Mike creates video snaps which, just like his drawings, reflect his personality and sense of humor.
Dasha Battelle is a New York-based illustrator and designer who creates her snaps by hand. Literally. Unlike other artists who use stylus to create detailed drawings, Dasha uses her fingers. In her interview with Mashable Dasha shared that she initially stepped up her game to match her bother’s ‘amazingly punny snaps’. She gets her ideas from daydreaming and when it comes to creating the snaps, she loves layering which can help create the fine lines and the level of detail that other artists achieve using stylus.
In his own words, Shaun McBride ‘is a fast-talking dude who often tucks his long, curly hair under a backward baseball cap’. Having made his childhood dream of owning a skate show come true, Shaun became a rep for snowboard and skateboard companies traveling around the world and sharing his adventures on Snapchat. He became the first Snapchat creator who went viral.
Shaun told stories for Disney, AT&T, Samsung, Red Bull, Star Wars, Taco Bell and many others.