Heartmending Short Dialogue-less Stories by Extraordinary – The Tiny Artitect

Driven by the desire to make somebody’s day at least a tiny bit better; this is the story of a beautiful soul and a wonderful artist Aishwarya Mankar aka The Tiny Artitect. Doing something for the community means the world to her. Her plate art is bringing food to the children in need. She had been working on graphics that enable Dyslexia screening and her comics aim only to make somebody feel better. Wow! The Tiny Artitect has actually finished Architecture with a B. Arch. degree in 2017. Her passion translates flawlessly from design to whimsical and moody art. Her musings are a reflection of ‘tiny’ incidents that we come across through life. The ones that shape us and change the way we look at things. Her comics are dialogue-less illustrative stories full of emotions from the first until the last frame. The Tiny Artitect often uses a dark, monotonous, monochrome color palette to describe these ‘incidents’ and create its counterpart – a hero – you, me, anybody. Each story is relatable to anyone. As emotions accumulate, the ending leaves us with a smile and tears in our eyes. On top of everything, The Tiny Artitect is the creator of some of the most popular gifs in the world, used over 47 million times!

More info: Instagram, Official Website, Youtube.

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Photo credits: The Tiny Artitect

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“No matter how badly our heart is broken, these furry menders-of-souls fix all the broken hearts with their innocent puppy eyes and a wide smile.”

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“Sow those seeds of all your forgotten hobbies, interests; they will act as therapy. As you grow them whilst staying indoor, you yourself will grow. Nourish it, keep it, become better than you were yesterday!”

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“15th Feb 2020 was my late grandfather’s birthday. Losing him recently, was the tipping point amidst all the chaos already in my life. He was sweet, very mischievous, hardworking, strong, carefree and a very happy human. I love him to death. I just wish he was here. Love you always, dada. To all of you who lost your precious ones, you’re not alone.”

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