If You Had A Gloomy Day, These Illustrations Will Probably Make Your Worries Go Away

Watching movies while snacking in a comfy bed, drinking warm coffee in a cozy place when it’s snowing outside, or celebrating something while being surrounded by friends and family?

That is what happiness is for Shweta Singh. She is an Indian artist who creates illustrations depicting happy moments, whether one is with family, pets, friends, or alone. The passion for doodling led Singh to the creation of an Instagram page, “Doodle Shoodle,” where she experiments with different styles. The artwork is colorful and full of happiness. Do you recognize your happy moments in these illustrations?

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Photo Series Shows Pandemic Emotions, Starts Mental Health Talks

Following a deeply personal loss, Donna Bridgewater, a photographer and lecturer based in Birmingham, United Kingdom, started a local photography project that captures strangers on the street revealing their personal thoughts and feelings on living in a pandemic world.

The project, titled “Getting Through This,” intends to “create a conversation about mental health,” as strangers hold up a board of messages, both deeply honest and inspiring, to help people compartmentalize their feelings and put them into words.

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Minimalistic Illustrations That Tackle Mental Health By “Worry Lines”

Beautiful minimalism. Relatable hopes, dreams, fears, and worries. And a unique way to visualize mental health. At the intersection of all these things are the wonderfully pure illustrations by Worry Lines. Through her simple but pleasing drawings, the artist also engages topics like self-care and relationships. More: Instagram, Patreon, Store h/t: boredpanda “I often draw a little character that...

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Artist Draws Wholesome Watercolor Comics Where A Cat Is Giving Out Mental Health Advice

Artist Hector Janse van Rensburg aka ‘Shitty Watercolour’ aka ‘Swatercolour’ is making us happier and our lives more wholesome with his comics that feel like miniature hugs and feature a meowtivational cat. The UK-based painter has become a global phenomenon and is now known as the world’s favorite self-deprecating artist. More: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Reddit, Patreon h/t:

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14 Photographs Show How Creepy This Abandoned Mental Asylum In Italy Looks

Accrding to a photographer Janine Pendleton: “I traveled to northern Italy in the summer of 2018. A summer road trip filled with awesome memories. I zig-zagged across the country, following our map chaotically littered with pins. Each pin highlighted an abandoned place. I arrived at one pin late in the afternoon, perhaps a little too late. I was too excited to wait, so I crawled in through...

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Artist Draws Tiny And Intimate Doodles To Prevent Her Anxiety Attacks

According to Saba Islam: “This series was never planned! It started as just an experiment of this style of drawing out of curiosity. I sort of gradually found out that it was helping me as a remedy for my anxiety attacks. Then, whenever I was having an attack again, I started to draw. I drew what I feared and what gave me relief. I drew myself helping me!” More: Saba Islam...

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