These Animal Illustrations Accurately Express Our Monday Blues And Friday Feels – Design You Trust

These Animal Illustrations Accurately Express Our Monday Blues And Friday Feels

These delightful animal illustrations by Northern Ireland-based illustrator and designer Martina Scott capture the essence of how many of us are feeling today starting back at work in the New Year – or how many of us feel on a normal Monday – and how differently we feel on a Friday.

Every Monday and Friday of 2017 Martina drew an “eclectic bunch of emotional animals” which we can all relate to – a sloth crawling to a pot of coffee for Monday and a disco-raving, glow stick clad raven for Friday. It was a self-initiated project, of which she says started “quite spontaneously”.

More info: Martina Scott, Behance, Facebook, Instagram (h/t: digitalartsonline)

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