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May 21, 2012

All The Pretty Ladies

One of my first true loves was Wendy, a run-down all-blue Nissan (Datsun) Stanza. Some of my most memorable stories (from my teenage years) could be traced back to my old "deep blue" and I couldn't help but reminisce while looking at the "Ladies" set of illustrated cars by France Belleville-Van Stone. It's easy to see why: Most of the watercolor drawings reveal the innate character and age of each vehicle, with strokes that feel almost like wrinkles on a person.

I wonder what Wendy looks like now. Is she just scrap at a junk yard? Or is she, even with all her imperfections, someone else's first true love.

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May 15, 2012

The Living Doodle: Turning Kid Drawings into Plush Toys

Heather and Tracy from Sunny Little Studio are bringing your kid's imagination to life by taking their flat 2D drawings and turning them into real-life plush toys. Just looking at some of their examples has re-kindled so much joy within me. Every creation is spontaneous and fun and the end result is some of the most creative plush toys I have ever seen. Wow... do I feel like a kid at a candy store.

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May 4, 2012

A Drawn Moment in Time

There is something absurdly creative about Bill Mayer's sketches. He took postal stamps of historical figures and sketched scenes around them, capturing the personality of the subject with simple strokes. Call it a fringe event, but I was so engaged in each one, that the remainder of the open white space drew itself further in my mind. Kinda freaky really.

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April 2, 2012

Going Postal

Every now and then I enjoy a fun trip down memory lane. This time, my travels were courtesy of Danny Martin and his movie characters drawn on US Postal Service stickers. I'm loving the texture the stickers added to the black and white drawings of some of my favorite movies from when I was a teenager (The Thing, Big Trouble in Little China, Ghostbusters) as well as a recent favorite (There Will Be Blood). Go take a gander, no postage stamp required.

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February 13, 2012

Natalie's Travel Sketchbook

Ladies and gentlemen, I'm your chief flight attendant today and on behalf of our Captain, welcome aboard Doodle Flight 58, non-stop service to the Canary Islands. In this flight you'll experience Natalie Ratkovski's travels to Gran Canaria.

At this time, make sure your seat backs and tray tables are in their full upright position. Enjoy your flight!

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January 17, 2012

Six-course Meal

Vernelle Noel takes ordinary recipes from all around the web and turns both the process and the ingredients into fun doodles. He aptly calls them "visual recipes."

Below, we present to you, our hand-picked six course meal. Bon appetit.

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January 4, 2012

Chalking it Up

We are enamored by Dana Tanamachi's 19th-century inspired chalk letter walls. If you've ever been sent to detention (Bart Simpson I'm looking at you), you'd know how difficult it is to work with chalk.

Take a peak for more photos and a time-lapse video of Dana at work.

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