Love is one of those worldly things that's always surrounding us, but somehow nobody knows how to truly understand it. A talented Los Angeles-based artist Amanda Oleander decided the best way to document what love is really like when no one is watching was to illustrate it. She uses inspiration from her own relationship with Joey Rudman, and relationships of those close to her to show people what the ins out outs of love really are, and they're things you'd least expect. For more, visit her instagram / Websiteweb
If you wanted to explain to anyone... anywhere what the nature of girls are, you are in luck! These comics will explain it all!
Illustrator Astkhik Rakimova has created a series of amazing comics forBrightsideand we are just loving them! Really though, don't you just recognize yourself in her comics?!
Well the very talented Russian artist is very creative and has created many more comics that you can check out Here
Relationships can be tough. Luckily we aren't alone out there when it comes to them! Just like Artist and illustrator of Mrs. Frollein, Valerie Minelli. An art student and amazing comic illustrator, Minelli draws very relatable comics about how it's like to be in relationship! Just take a look!
Big, profound moments are important in relationships, but the small, seemingly inconsequential ones often are what build the foundation. "Soppy" is comic series capturing the day-to-day relationship of UK artist Philippa Rice, with her boyfriend, Luke Pearson.