The men that prove that Pinterest is not just for girls. Last year Pinterest reported that the male audience for the creative social website was growing faster than women, becoming a third of those signing on to pin all things imaginable.
Gone are the days of its exclusivity to event planners and brides-to-be, the male Pinner is in full force and we have chosen the top five to follow.
Pinner: Calvin C
Themes: A self proclaimed hipster, Calvin pins all things good looking in a man with the occasional helping of chic apartments and design. Prepare for beards, tattoos and funky furniture.
Follow For: Masculine eye-candy
Followers: 53,837 and counting
Pinner: Matt Long
Themes: The founder of LandLopers has successfully channeled a life of excursions into a comprehensive maps of the worlds most beautiful destinations. Frustrated travellers prepare for some serious flight envy.
Follow For: Preparing a holiday
Followers: 29,826 and counting
Pinner: Mike D
Themes: Illustrastions and typogrphy collide with all things food, drink and nature on this graphic desighners shrine to design - now one of the most followed men on Pinterest.
Follow For: Design
Followers: 3,566,931 and counting
Themes: The colourful blogger uses bright colours as a point of focus for the cocktail of themes such as fashion, crafts, art and entertaining.
Follow For: Planning to entertain
Pinner: Thomas Murphy
Themes: A Broocklyn native behind the Blood & Champagne blog has design and architecture at its core
Follow For: Planning interiors
Power Pinners: The Men
To Follow on Pinterest
By Calum Donoghue, 2 February 2015