Are you the kind of person who doodles on the corner of your writing pad during meetings? Or sketches stuff on newspapers while speaking on the phone? Did you get pulled up in school for scribbling miniature animals and humans on your own arms with a ball point pen during classes?
Guess what? If you are bored of pictures of pizzas, abs, and beaches on Instagram, we have compiled a list of just the perfect Instagram handles for you to follow.
Warning: Not safe for browsing at work, given how distractingly beautiful they are.
1. Smriti Chaudhary
Chaudhary's illustrations focus on nature and wildlife. The best part about her handle is that she occasionally shares photos of works in progress--which means you can actually see a fabulous illustration come to life, one stage at a time. Follow her and her cats on airphish.
2. Surasti Puri
Puri mostly works with watercolours in her illustrations that focus on women. Follow her works on surasti.kp.
3. Jasjyot Singh Hans
Hans' profile description on Instagram lists the following as his areas of interest: art, music, comics, fashion, pop culture. His work reflects the same. Follow him on jasjyotjasjyot.
4. Alicia Souza
Souza's illustrations focus on the life of a girl along with her faithful companion. Check her supremely fun cartoons on aliciasouza.
5. Mounica Tata
Tata captures the daily struggles of a girl, or rather everyone, in her delightful illustrations. Follow her work on doodleodrama.
6. Reshmi Shekhar
Shekhar's works are draw inspiration from pop culture. Follow her at curiosity_killsthecat.
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7. Asfa Sabrin
Sabrin's powerful illustrations address a plethora of issues like objectification of female bodies, notions of beauty among others. Follow her on asfasabrin.
"Most importantly, thank you to the two men who saved me, who I have yet to meet. I sleep with two bicycles that I drew taped above my bed to remind myself there are heroes in this story. That we are looking out for one another." -From the letter written to the judge by the rape survivor of the Stanford University rapist, Brock Turner. This #illustration is a tribute to the survivor and the two heroes Peter Jonsson and Carl-Fredrik Arndt. #brockturnerisarapist