DRAW A PICTURE, WIN A BACKPACK

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. Advertisements

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FEATURED ON DOODLERS ANONYMOUS

Check it out: Doodlers Anonymous just featured my work on their site! I love these guys! http://www.doodlersanonymous.com/entry.php?entryID=1949

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COLORING BOOK ENTRIES

For those of you that participated in the Doodlers Anonymous challenge to create a drawing for their next coloring book, you’ll be excited to see this teaser. All I can say is that this is going to be one sweet coloring book! “We got about 365 drawings and narrowing them down to roughly 50 will … Continue reading

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DRAWING FOR COLORING BOOK

I just submitted my drawing for the Doodler’s Anonymous coloring book! I had a blast, just filling up the page with fun little critturs and things. You have until the 31st to submit your own. Hooray for drawing! Here’s a little piece from my submission:  

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OPEN CALL FOR COLORING BOOK PAGES

From Doodler’s Anonymous: Oh wow. It’s hard to believe it’s been over two years since we printed our first coloring book. I still remember the day we set the pages loose and the kids went wild coloring them in (view the colorific photos). The look on the kids’ faces were priceless, as they added so much … Continue reading

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A PRICELESS SKETCHBOOK

(reposted from Doodler’s Anonymous) The ideas, doodles and concepts drawn in sketchbooks can often breed some of the most exceptional and lasting things. It’s the way Doodlers Anonymous was thought up and believe it or not, it’s also the way many of the icons and fonts on the Apple Mac were originally devised. In 1982, Susan Kare, a … Continue reading

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FULL-SCALE CARPET DRAWN BY HAND

It’s true. Jonathan Bréchignac has spent the last 15 months drawing a carpet (to scale!) using a black Bic pen. From Doodlers Anonymous’ post on Jonathan’s feat: “He explored different patterns and drew inspiration from all types of art (French roman, traditional Japanese, native American, Mexican) and also military camouflage and animal patterns, to create an almost … Continue reading

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