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Illustrator’s witty drawings capture honest moments in everyday life

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Whipping off your bra when you get home, overthinking an argument with your partner, shaking your hips the moment Beyonce comes on - there are some moments in everyday life that are common among many of us. 

And Argentinian illustrator Agustina Guerrero has made a career out of capturing them in her work.

What started out as an autobiographical blog in 2011 has turned into three picture-led books in Spanish, named after her main character Volatile.

She's followed by over one million followers across social media and has become an internet success story.

With her expressive alter ego and lots of humour, Guerrero salutes our bad habits and embarrassing situations.

Take a look at a few highlights of her work below.

That feeling when you take your bra off

(c) Agustina Guerrero

(c) Agustina Guerrero

When Beyonce comes on...

(c) Agustina Guerrero

(c) Agustina Guerrero

The stages of an argument

(c) Agustina Guerrero

(c) Agustina Guerrero

The difference between long-term and new relationships

(c) Agustina Guerrero

(c) Agustina Guerrero

When laundry feels like a complex maths puzzle

(c) Agustina Guerrero

(c) Agustina Guerrero

When your phone is lost in the realm of your bag

(c) Agustina Guerrero

(c) Agustina Guerrero

When you feel like 10 women wrapped in one

(c) Agustina Guerrero

(c) Agustina Guerrero

When in bed after a big meal

(c) Agustina Guerrero

(c) Agustina Guerrero

When you can unravel problems and fly

(c) Agustina Guerrero

(c) Agustina Guerrero

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