The 51 Most Powerful Pinners In The World
She pins about pretty much everything cute and pinterest-y: tiny donuts, glitter utensils and girly typography.
The chinstrapped penguin is a pretty eclectic pinner, with lots of traditional Japanese dishes and articles about DNA structure. She’s also the mom of co-founder Ben Silbermann — who would be on this list if he hadn’t nuked his account a few months back.
Mostly architecture and interior design pins from Bonnie, but also lots of overlap with #1 pinner Joy Cho. Tiny donuts round two!
The Brooklynite keeps it clean and simple, mostly pins photographs of friends and vintage finds.
She’s pinned iron gates, the Giza Pyramids and cheesy broccoli orzo. I have no idea how Pinterest works.
Boots, boots, and more boots. Oh and porcelain potted things you can hang from your walls that kind of look like a giant dinosaur eggs with a strap.
12. Luiza _ : 2,971,764 followers
DIY dried flower, scarves, nail polish — you name it, Luiza’s pinned it.
BRAIDS. It was only a matter of time before a top pinner was a hair braid-enthusiast.
This egg pins some pretty weird stuff, like smoke and blacked out windows. I don’t know many eggs on Twitter with over two million followers though.
The Pinterest co-founder and former architect pins mostly about (not surprisingly) architecture.