For all of you doodlers out there: the good folks at Doodler’s Anonymous are offering a Tom Bihn designer backpack ($160 value)! Check out the submission guidelines here and let me know when you win.
Sometimes I have a few minutes in the day where I just want to draw one-minute pictures for people. Yesterday I put a shout-out on Facebook for anyone that wanted a one-minute drawing. Here are a few of the doodles I doodled:
“Doodling has never been a nemesis of intellectual thought. In reality, it is one of its greatest allies.” “…Because doodling is so universally accessible, and it is not intimidating as an art from, it can be leveraged as a portal through which we move people into higher levels of visual literacy.”
Watch out—today I am unleashing… THE CHAIN GANG is a hilarious 1,000-page ultra comic about a group of unwanted and forgotten bicycles led by Poppa Wheelie that band together to wreak havoc on the world, one neighborhood at a time! Instead of waiting years for me to draw all 1,000 pages, I’m going to be releasing … Continue reading
For nearly three months now I have been drawing a portrait of the late night talk show host Conan O’Brien—one for each and every single episode of his show since May 15. To date I have made 62 pictures of our friend Coco and plan on drawing a new portrait, each episode, until this October … Continue reading
This friendly elephant is an experimental mock-up from an upcoming project. If all goes well, you’ll be getting to know this elephant over the next couple of months. The elephant is drawn in pencil and colored in Photoshop.
A couple of pages from my current sketchbook.
This is not my drawing. Team Dynamite Lazer Beam (AKA Nick Edwards) made it, and he’s catalogued the whole process, start to finish, here. I love how big and adventurous this picture is—just like back in junior high, when paper was meant to be filled up with lots of cool little characters and scenes.
The folks at Big Shiny Robot are one of the sources in Utah for all things cool and geek. I like ’em. I like ’em a lot. So, I drew ’em a big, shiny robot.