By scale, the Indian farmer’s protest was, and still is, a historical event with no comparable social movement. Despite the impressive size of it, this nationwide protest received an underwhelming coverage, to say the least. Within the Punjabi diaspora, it was a different reaction, as plenty of oversea Indians felt sympathy for the movement. A group of illustrator and artists chose to manifest this sympathy by creating artworks in support of the massive protests. You can see a sample of these in this post, and more on the websites of Jatinder Singh Durhailay, Jag Nagra, and Mush Studio.