What I prefer to see is content created by women with the intention of empowering other women. Lainey Molnar is a gifted artist who makes engaging cartoons about self-acceptance, parenthood, defying social norms, and exercising freedom of choice. These creative and unique cartoons deal with common issues that even males can relate to nowadays.
Scroll down to discover some of Lainey’s most remarkable artworks. Let us have a look:
1. It should be Child-Free, not childless.
“I have a miles and miles-long ‘Illustration Ideas’ list on my phone, I sometimes literally wake up in the middle of the night to write down new ones and I grab my phone to make notes at any point when I see something inspiring,”
The artist discussed her creative process: “When I sit down to draw I just go through the list and see what I resonate with at that moment. I draw digitally on an iPad and sometimes I just binge-watch tv shows at the same time, but usually, I like to create an ambiance, like candles, incense, and good music, because I believe the vibes and emotions also go into every artwork.”
2. Woman discussing side effects of Birth Control:
Upon asking what’s Lainey’s favorite illustration, she stated it’s the one where she can compare: “someone with physical health struggles” and “someone with mental health struggles”: “It’s this illustration because it is extremely personal. I struggled with my mental health for 18 years of my life and I know how hard it is to live with invisible illnesses people around us can just shrug off. I usually process female empowerment topics in either a straightforward or funny way, but at the end of the day we are all simply human beings and I find it crucial to address stigmatized topics because it gives so many of us relief to know that we are not alone.”
3. Everyone deserves the same amount of respect
4. Both are equally happy about achieving their milestones.
5. Different Versions Of Happiness
If we talk about “creative block,” Lainey would state: “If something, I have too much to say. In an ideal world, a lot of what I’m communicating would be obvious, but as we’re not there yet, I don’t mind processing the same pain points over and over again via a visual medium, because the feedback is overwhelmingly positive and it’s not something one sees on social media a lot so that’s definitely an endless source of motivation.
6. Every Woman Is Beautiful In General.
7. Women are strongest.
8. A sad reality of our society.
Lainey is very much inspired by some amazing artists such as Adam Ellis, Tiny Moron, and Wowocomics: “They all have very different styles and a very different sense of humor, but I think it always comes down to personality that shines through the art, so there is space for all unique creators to show how they perceive the world. I don’t think it’s about being great with technical details like anatomy skills or shading, but it’s the vision and purpose that matters.”
9. People’s worth cannot be determined by numbers.
11. Well, how does sriracha on ice cream taste?
Lainey shared: “I just started working on the biggest project of my career and that is writing and illustrating a book. I’m a huge bookworm and I worked in publishing and was a blogger for more than half a decade—hence why my captions are also as important as the illustration itself—so I really hope that I can create something magical that will help women be happier and more liberated from societal expectations.”
12. A deadly smile.
13. The Natural Beauty.
14. However, both demand a significant amount of effort.
15. Everyone is ideal.
Every woman in this universe is stunning, gorgeous, and wonderful. You should always be beautiful inside out, regardless of your size, shape, or color. Scroll down to see a few more illustrations.
16. Women in the fashion world.
18. Doesn’t everyone in this drawing looks gorgeous?
19. Women are strong.
20. Couldn’t agree more.
21. And have confidence in yourself.
22. It’s a sad fact.
23. Hey, that’s not flaws…
24. This is quite relatable.
25. Those deceptive advertisements.
26. Everybody has different skin textures, and each texture is lovely.
27. They all are happy about it.
28. Both are much needed for a woman
29. We don’t understand it either.
30. Lastly, all breasts are perfect.
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