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These Illustrations Show How A Woman Negotiates Around The World, And It's All Too Relatable

These Illustrations Show How A Woman Negotiates Around The World, And It's All Too Relatable

Sarah Andersen injects dark humor and sarcasm in her cartoons about life and it's something you definitely have to see

Cartoonist and illustrator, Sarah Andersen has thousands of followers on social networking sites such as Instagram and Facebook. However, this is for no ordinary reason. Her cartoons and illustrations are a humorous take on themes such as adulthood and growing up. As a woman and a millennial, her themes have resonated with many. She started in 2011 with a series of cartoons under the name Sarah Scribbles, and her work has been widely appreciated by one and all. Andersen also employs a bit of dark and sarcastic humor in her cartoons that often show how a woman deals with the world. She has recently published a series of webcomics such 'The Big Mushy Happy Lump' that are instantly relatable. We couldn't help but share some of her work.

1. Everyone loves a happy ending, but sometimes things don't go as always planned



 

2. Expectations vs Reality



 

3. Real life social media, a lost art?



 

4. Withdrawal symptoms is real



 

5. Been there, done that



 

6.  Listen to me!



 

7.  Animals are the best friends we could ask for 

 



 

8. Which side are you on? 

 



 



 

9.  Who am I?



 

10.  Where have the years flown by?



 

11. What's yours is mine, and what's mine is mine



 

12. Ah, the innocence of youth



 

13. Sanity over vanity



 

14. What parents say, and what teenagers hear



 

15.  Making tiny baby steps make a huge difference when there's an uphill task



 

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