Artist Draws Tiny And Intimate Doodles To Prevent Her Anxiety Attacks – Design You Trust

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!”

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