In her 20 new comics, the artist reveals the struggles of everyday life as well as our inner conflicts.


The era of traditional comics confined to newspapers or small books has passed, and the medium has grown into a plethora of shapes and forms created by thousands of artists in their own unique style. A daily dose of comics on social media has replaced newspaper caricatures. Most comedians nowadays opt for more factual and topical issues such as daily life and emotional challenges, rather than using crude humor or political criticism. These new types of comic artists, and their drawings are admired by many on the Internet despite the fact that they have not been published in any newspaper.

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The dread of everyday existence, the ups and downs, and every little moment in between are all captured in the Larkness comics. The main character, Lark, does not claim to be responsible for her life – sometimes her inner demons get the best of her; Sometimes Lark indulges in self-pity, and there are plenty of opportunities for her to laugh at herself. However, this is not a terrible thing. Human flaws aren’t just a feature of her comics; They are what makes it interesting, real, and relatable. That’s why I adore them and find them so likable


“I was born and raised in a Brazilian city in the south. I have always enjoyed drawing and playing with arts and crafts since I was a kid. I also love reading picture books and trying to develop my own comics and characters.

I went to art college when I was 17 and learned a variety of arts languages. It has been my lifelong passion, and drawing, collage, and other art forms have become my primary hobby.



Despite the fact that we are continually confronted with existential issues, the worst aspect of our daily lives is often not the problems themselves, but the self-loathing and lack of self-love that result from them. But don’t beat yourself up over how you’re doing or that you don’t want to accomplish anything. Maybe today isn’t your lucky day? Simply get some rest and try again tomorrow! Do you dislike how you spend your time? Perhaps realising that you don’t have to like what you’re doing all of the time would help you to feel better. There’s no need to worry yourself out over procrastination because it’s a normal response from our brain to defend itself from fatigue and stress.























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