I take part in #inktober every year, and this year I decided to choose a non-spooky theme and instead celebrate strong, smart, and creative women, but in miniature childhood form.


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Each 'little woman' is illustrated in digital ink with their defining attributes but in a more playful manner. Having big ideas shouldn't feel like something out of reach, but should feel like something that's achievable.

Take inspiration from these miniature models!

More info: Instagram

#1 J.k. Rowling - Novelist

J.k. Rowling - Novelist

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#2 Malala Yousafzai - Female Educational Activist

Malala Yousafzai - Female Educational Activist

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#3 Amelia Earhart - Aviation Pioneer

Amelia Earhart - Aviation Pioneer

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#4 Jane Goodall - Primatologist & Anthropologist

Jane Goodall - Primatologist & Anthropologist

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#5 Emmeline Pankhurst - Suffragette Leader

Emmeline Pankhurst - Suffragette Leader

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#6 Constance Markievicz - Freedom Fighter & Politician

Constance Markievicz - Freedom Fighter & Politician

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#7 Helen Keller - Lecturer & Political Activist

Helen Keller - Lecturer & Political Activist

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#8 Margaret Hamilton - Computer Science Pioneer

Margaret Hamilton - Computer Science Pioneer

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#9 Ruth Goodman - Historian

Ruth Goodman - Historian

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#10 Coco Chanel - Fashion Designer

Coco Chanel - Fashion Designer

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#11 Mae Jemison - Nasa Astronaut & Engineer

Mae Jemison - Nasa Astronaut & Engineer

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#12 Frida Kahlo - Artist

Frida Kahlo - Artist

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#13 Iris Apfel - Fashion Icon & Interior Designer

Iris Apfel - Fashion Icon & Interior Designer

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#14 Josephine Baker - Entertainer & Civil Rights Activist

Josephine Baker - Entertainer & Civil Rights Activist

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#15 Zaha Hadid - Architect

Zaha Hadid - Architect

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snoozy womble 3 days ago

These are really cute. Also great likenesses (is that a word? It is now).

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