Instagram Rolls Out Stickers for Women’s History Month

They were designed by 5 up-and-coming artists

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Instagram released a set of stickers enabling users to mark Women’s History Month in their Stories.

The stickers were designed by five up-and-coming artists to bring to life the experiences of disabled women, healthcare workers, motherhood, queer/trans women and more.

The artists are:

  • Reya Ahmed is a 24-year-old visual artist exploring feminism, queer identity and her experiences of growing up in a Bengali-Muslim household through an interdisciplinary crossroad of illustration, animation, architectural and editorial design.
  • Rosa Kusabbi is a printmaker and animator based in Liverpool, England.


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