Whether you enjoy bite-sized take on current affairs, or are all about content around humour, doodlers/illustrators should be your go-to. Over the past few years, various doodlers/illustrators have established a loyal fan following, courtesy their relatable content. We list out five of our favourites.
1. Mounica Tata (@doodleodrama)
Her Instagram bio reads—I draw. Mother of two floofs. Running on low patience, always! Her posts make one nostalgic, promote body positivity, and feature ample humour. What’s not to like?
2. Alicia Souza (@aliciasouza)
Be it the struggles of staying fit while working from home, living life with your partner, or real-life situations we might find ourselves trapped in, this artist’s posts could prove to be the perfect start to the day.
3. Maria Qamar (@hatecopy)
When Maria Qamar was fired from her copywriting job in 2015, she turned to drawing. With over 200k followers on Instagram, the Pakistani-Candian artist parodies the common remarks/refrains that girls are subjected to when they grow up in a South Asian household.
4. Neha Sharma (@nehadoodles)
Her Instagram page is all things slice of life. Talking about her inspiration behind her art, she had said in an interview. “Anything and everything that happens around me or to me. The whole Delhi vibe, Bollywood, English TV shows, Indian families, dogs and their relationship with humans. Whenever something happens around me, my first reaction to it is Ispe to ghar jaake comic banaungi.”
5. Angel Bedi (@thefilmyowl)
The popularity of her creations encouraged her to venture into customised merchandise. Her art is an amalgamation of pop culture references and witty one-liners.