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Female Artist Of The Week: Giving Disney Princesses Realistic Facial Proportions

Our "Female Artist of the Week" feature is space for us to drive awareness towards talented female artist who creates incredible quality content. This week, I'm back with another Disney feature (yay!), with artist Holly Fae, who produces mesmerizing Fairytale and Fantasy inspired art. Among her beautiful work, Holly has started recreating Disney princesses' faces with realistic human proportions. In other words, getting rid of the alienesque features like the big eyes and tiny noses that all Disney princesses have for some reason. Check out her incredible work below, as well as how she created the whole process, which she filmed on TikTok.

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Female Artist Of The Week: Russian Instagram Star Creates Photos As If From Another World

Our female artist of the week is Ellen Sheindlin, a Russian artist who creates photos that are simply out of this world. Each one of her pictures is breathtakingly stunning, while also being somewhat terrifying. Combining aspects of fantasy and reality, no two of her photos are alike. They stimulate the mind, the eyes, and the soul, making you think about what you are looking at in a deep way. Her artwork is stunning and you can scroll through a selection of her work below, before checking out more on her Instagram page. 

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Female Artist Of The Week: Interview With 'Tall N Curly', The Cartoonist Who Stands Out

Our "Female Artist of the Week" feature serves to draw attention to female content creators who are shaking up the world and making a difference with their art. We're all about women supporting women and providing a platform to showcase the incredible female talent out there. This week, we were lucky to grab some time with Tall N Curly, the 6 feet tall cartoonist and blogger with extremely curly hair. Her comics are all about the daily struggles of a tall girl living with curly hair and she aims to promote the message of self-acceptance, love, and body confidence, no matter what you look like, or how much you stand out from the crowd. Tall N Curly (who prefers to keep her identity anonymous), opened up to us about why she started her blog and the positive impacts she hopes and believes her cartoons are making.

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Female Artist Of The Week: Interview With Donna Adi, The Creative Director Who Is Taking The Internet By Storm

Our "Female Artist of the Week" feature provides a platform for and shines a spotlight on a talented female artist whose content deserves to be shared with the world. This week we're so excited to feature Donna Adi, an incredibly talented artist and creative director from Los Angeles, whose viral content combines vibrant illustrations with lifestyle and fashion photographs. Her incredible talent and breathtaking artwork have allowed her to work with major companies such as Puma, Google, and Michael Kors, to create brand campaigns and events worldwide. We spent some time with Donna, who shared her creative journey with us and told us all about her exciting new projects.

Female Artist Of The Week: Interview With Donna Adi, Creative Director cover image of donna adi and artwork of Angelina Jolie
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Female Artist Of The Week: Artist Draws Love Life With Bf Through Comics

Each week we bring you a talented female artist who produces incredible quality content. This week we've picked Beisme, whose adorable comics show her relationship with her boyfriend and the intricacies of everyday love. They prove that it's not always pretty, and oftentimes you need to make yourself vulnerable, but the rewards are worth it. Take a look at her brilliant drawings below and once you've enjoyed that, check out last week's female artist of the week in case you missed it. 

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Female Artist Of The Week: Illustrator Stuck In Quarantine With Four Toddlers

Each week we bring you a talented female artist who produces incredible quality content. This week we've picked Thais Vanderheyden, a Belgian writer, and illustrator of children's books whose illustrations showing quarantine life with four toddlers are hilariously relatable (if you're stuck at home with kids). Her drawings depict the daily struggles of trying to keep up with work, have some alone time, and keep her kids occupied, which is hard enough at the best of times, never mind being quarantined with them. Take a look at her brilliant drawings below and once you've enjoyed that, check out last week's female artist of the week in case you missed it. 

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Female Artist Of The Week: Funny Animated Comics On Relatable Struggles

Each week we bring you a talented female artist who produces incredible quality content. This week, we've picked Sabincomics, an art student who has created a colorful collection of animated comics all about the everyday struggles and relatable situations of being a girl. With 14k followers on Instagram, she also has a YouTube channel where she uploads tutorials on how she creates her comics. Her work is inspired by her own life and her passion is making people laugh through her work.

Take a look at her brilliant heartfelt comics below and once you've enjoyed that, check out last week's female artist of the week in case you missed it. 

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Female Artist Of The Week: Comic On Why It's Okay To Not Want Kids

Each week we bring you a talented female artist who produces incredible quality content. This week, we've picked Kate McDonough, an illustrator living in South Dakota, USA, who created a comic titled I Don't Want Kids (And That's OK!), to explain why raising children is not for her. Kate felt the need to create the comic because of the expectations and pressures she feels from society to have children even though she doesn't want to. She believes that acceptance is the only appropriate response to a woman expressing her desire to not have kids, even if you do not share the same opinion. Trying to convince her otherwise is just not OK. Take a look at her brilliant heartfelt comic below and once you've enjoyed that, check out last week's female artist of the week in case you missed it. 

female artist women kids artist of the week comic children cartoon | DON'T WANT KIDS AND 'S OK KATE MCDONOUGH | MORE WOMEN ARE CHOOSING CHILD-FREE LIFESTYLE, AND MOST APPROPRIATE RESPONSE IS: RIGHT ON!!
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Female Artist Of The Week: Cartoonist Draws Girls' Funny Everyday Problems

Each week we bring you a talented female artist who produces incredible quality content and this week, we've picked Hanna, creator of Bloome Comics. Hanna's cartoons are based on a 20-year-old girl born in the internet age, who experiences all the every-day relatable situations that life throws at women. Her comics aim to let women know that they are not alone in their struggles because all women are going through exactly the same things. Her work is refreshing, creative, and honest, as well as totally chuckle-worthy. Once you've enjoyed a selection of her brilliant creations below, check out last week's female artist of the week in case you missed it. 

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Female Artist Of The Week: Chalk Cartoonist Mom Brightens Up Neighborhood

Casey Drake, a Florida mom has found a way to spread smiles and positivity amongst her community by creating cartoon masterpieces on her sidewalk using chalk. Her creations show the well-known Disney, Pixar, and other iconic characters safely practicing and coping with social distancing. "Laughter is the best medicine, and we can all use a little bit of humor right now I think," she said in an interview with WKMG. Her messages touch on things we've all felt and can relate to during the pandemic; from Dorothy from The Wizzard of Oz's classic line of "there's no place like home", to Robin getting a little too close to Batman. Check out her gorgeous creations below!

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Female Artist Of The Week: Instagram Account Encouraging Daily Meaningful Connections

Each week we bring you a talented female artist who produces incredible quality content and this week, we've picked Koreen Odiney, the creator of Instagram account We're Not Really Strangers. This incredible page is full of motivational messages that all strangers can identify with, mostly showing that the way we see ourselves can help us create meaningful connections in everyday life. Its main messages are about loving people including ourselves. Koreen has also turned her brilliance into a card game, which is also geared towards empowering meaningful connections. Once you've enjoyed a selection of her brilliant creations below, check out last week's female artist of the week in case you missed it. 

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