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The Young Muslim Artists You Need to Follow on Instagram #2

Do not worry Ummahsonic readers. Our newfound quest to bring you the best young Muslim artists on Instagram did not begin and end with last week’s opening blog (the one that featured the insanely talented artist/illustrator/vlogger-blogger Areeba Siddique).

Nah, it did not end at all. So for this second instalment we’re showcasing the work of MOOSLEM-ARGH, a 23-year-old Londoner whose illustrations focus on Muslim women and are heavy on awesome slogans.

We’ve scoured her Instagram and posted some of our faves below. Be sure to give her a follow and hit up her Etsy if you wanna buy some of her amazing prints, colouring books or badges.

If you know of any great Muslim creatives on IG holla at us on Facebook. Otherwise keep an eye out for the next artist spotlight.

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