Malaysian artist Ann Jaafar has always come up with creative and cute artwork that hits home.
From her Twitter thread asking people to doodle the most Malaysian things that went viral to her food doodle, Ann's work has always been something that people can easily relate to.
Her latest sketches on face masks about the COVID-19 pandemic is not only inspiring, but also a light-hearted way to remind everyone to do their part in fighting the pandemic.
A gentle reminder
Ann Jaafar told Rojak Daily
that she was not good with words, but hoped her simple doodles can help deliver a message.
"I love simple doodles and transforming everyday objects/food into imaginative illustrations. Since the COVID-19 cases in Malaysia are getting higher and higher each day, I decided to give a gentle reminder through my artworks," she said.
The talented artist, whose signature look is a paper bag over her head, added that many have approached her asking for permission to share her work and even use it as their profile pictures.
"I hope I can create more awareness through my artwork. A simple sketch everyone can understand and relate to," she said.
Ann sure achieved what she set out to do.
Listen to her, guys.
Stay home as much as possible, follow the SOPs when you go out and please, get yourself vaccinated.