Artist Fights With Lockdown Depression By Making Comics That Comment On The Pandemic – Design You Trust

Artist Fights With Lockdown Depression By Making Comics That Comment On The Pandemic

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According to Jessica Bhatia: “I could have reached for that millionth bag of Oreos. I could have reached for the TV remote. Instead, I reached for my trusty mechanical pencil and created these comics for your entertainment pleasure! I hope one of my comics can make you smile today.

When I am not working on advertising campaigns out of my tiny loft in Los Angeles, CA, I am working single-panel comics for my #PandemicProblems series! I have loved entertaining friends, family, and strangers alike through my drawings and unsolicited jokes since I was old enough to hold a pencil straight. When I was in the first grade, Bruce Blitz signed my first book on the art of cartooning and the rest, as they say, was history.”

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