We’re all about supporting women leaders, especially when they use their voices (or canvases in this case) for advocacy, empowerment and social justice. Get your daily dose of Insta inspo by following these seven talented artists.
This illustrator/designer creates impactful images to highlight social movements.
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Her comics are all too relatable as they often depict the unspoken truths and struggles women face.
Promotes self-love/self-care through her distinctive ink paintings.
Brooklyn-based street artist, Tatyana, created the “Stop Telling Women to Smile” movement as a way to combat street harassment.
Do the work to unlearn your sexism. Choose to see women as subjects, not as objects. Recognize your sexism, then work everyday to undo it. What that actually looks like can be several things. The language you use to talk about women, the jokes you tell, the way you address women, the weight you give to a man's opinion vs a woman's, the expectations you place on women, your entitlement to a woman's body. I speak to men all the time who do not recognize their position in this sexist society. You do have a position. Portrayed here is Isabelle. Installed at @electroposi #stoptellingwomentosmile
Her eye-catching dolls represent ambitious women from all walks of life.
As a textile and street artist, Victoria celebrates cultural icons. She also explores what it means to be feminine/masculine.
Her colorful portraits are all about being body positive. Cause REAL women are bomb!
Stay woke, follow these badass babes and thank us later.