When drawing comics, Meg Quinn uses her own experience as inspiration, making them extremely relatable. Most of these cartoons don’t take themselves too seriously but every once in a while Meg touches more serious themes (for example, self-acceptance).
“I find the most inspiring art to be pieces that make you laugh, cry, shout, and sigh all in one sitting,” Meg writes on her website.
The Pacific Northwest-based artist claims that her distinct, colorful style was primarily influenced by Brittney Lee, Emily Carroll, Britt Meyers, Loish, and HamletMachine. Her bi-weekly posts have earned Quinn over 225,000 followers on Facebook, and while currently she …READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE