Check Out These Ultra Cool #SouthAsianArtists On Twitter!

Posted: October 16, 2017

We scrolled through the tag #SouthAsianArtists on twitter, and it seems we’ve struck gold! Check out some that caught our eye!

South Asia, one the most populated but sadly the least represented portion of the world, is now trying to make itself visible. These brilliant artists are reaching out through social media and gathering followers because of their beautiful art.

Anoosha here is trying to ensure more representation for young brown girls!

Learn more about Anoosha Syed’s work here.

https://twitter.com/foxville_art/status/918874425285427201

Simrah normalises brown women one click at a time!

Learn more about Simrah Farrukh’s work here.

Anshika is trying to cut past the double stereotypes of being brown and queer!

Learn more about Anshika’s work here.

Shehzil shows the radical side of brown women in their bold coloured selves!

Learn more about Shehzil Malik’s work here.

https://twitter.com/shehzilm/status/919065273352769536

Hiba depicts how hot brown women can be if only one remembers to remove the shade of bias!

You can learn more about Hiba Khan’s work here.

And our favourite Nimisha Bhanot making badass brown women since so long!

Learn more about Nimisha Bhanot’s work here.

These are just some of thousands of #SouthAsianArtists who are out there and making art, go show your love ASAP!

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