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February 6, 2014

Illustration Around the World



I would love to walk a mile in Pablo ientile’s shoes-- which are probably quite worn by now considering he recently spent six months journeying through thirty cities in ten Asian countries. Pablo, who likes drawing as pablo bear when on the road, is traveling the world meeting and collaborating with artists on his brilliant comic book project. Each artist, uber-talented in their own right, will illustrate the parts of the comic that occur in their cities resulting in a first-person narrative with a crazy cool mashup of styles. Can’t wait to see the end result! Follow Pablo's journey online at illustrationaroundtheworld.com or mobile via his Instagram.


February 4, 2014

Not All Drawn Objects Are Created Equal

When I doodle and draw, my preference is to make it of something tangible. I am partial to simple, ordinary, everyday objects. This is the very reason I am falling for the bold lines and shapes of Sofia's drawn vases. I wish they were real, sitting up on my window sill.

Sofia Schizas is also a master of craft, making things under the name of Hey Sosi. You're crazy if you don't want one of her "Cosmic Cushions."




January 30, 2014

Member Spotlight: Juan Pez





I'm really digging the workspace pics form Juan Pez's desk. His table-top is messy and covered with ink, brushes, scraps, markers, tape, rulers…barely enough room for the drawing itself. And I love that his work is just the same, a mishmash of sloppy characters and comic-like illustrations.

Get a full view of his images on flickr or follow his more refined stuff over at juanpez.com


January 27, 2014

Giveaway: One-year of Zines by Josh LaFayette





Well, well, we haven't done one of these in a long while, a giveaway that is. The man, the myth, the legend, Mr. Josh LaFayette is at it again. Making drawings, lots of drawings, about anything and everything and he's binding them into zines with his own hands and shipping them to you every month, for all of 2014.

We're lucky enough to have an entire year's subscription to giveaway and it's happening right now. Don't delay, play along. Answer the following question (by Friday at 11am Eastern) in the comments of this post and we'll pick our favorite (one answer per person please). You never know, Josh might even be kind enough to draw the winning answer.

Question: If your life was a zine, what would be the title?

For those of you with 50 bucks to spare and a desire to support one of the most genuine guys, illustrators and talented folks out there, go ahead and buy your own subscription here (discount code: doodlin) or at the very least, follow Josh's work on the web or on twitter. And if you're inclined to watch him make a crazy fool of himself, his Vine account is tons of fun.

*These images are from his 2013 zine collection.

January 21, 2014

Intricate Hand-Drawn Flowers Direct from Olka's Sketchbooks

I just stumbled upon the nature doodles of Ukraine designer and illustrator Olka and had to share them with you. I'm not normally into this style, but the infinite details caught my attention and they definitely deserve yours. See them in color »


December 31, 2013

Our 2013 Doodle, Draw and Illustration Year in Review

As one year comes to a close and another is set to begin, I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of our friends and readers that visit the website, participate and support Doodlers Anonymous. You keep our community thriving and make it a daily inspiration.

That being said, we've highlighted hundreds of artists, projects and artworks in 2013 (you can revisit the complete archive here). As a quick recap, I'm featuring a few of the more popular and memorable ones below (click their titles to read further about each).

Enjoy and HAPPY NEW YEAR!



An Attempt to Draw Everything





The Daily Coffee





Colorific World





Ricardo's Wild Art





An Illustrated Life





The Space Between





Beyond the Classroom Walls





Thank Heavens for Old Books





Professional Illustrator Collaborates with 4-Year-Old





Color Pens Gone Wild





Wonderfully Charming Drawn GIFs





The Incredible Analog Drawing Machine

December 30, 2013

Inside the Sketchbook of Pat Perry



I've been following Pat Perry's work since 2010, when I posted a time-lapse video of him creating a beautiful layered painting over the course of a few weeks (you can watch it here).

Today I want to focus your attention on his sketchbooks. They are so intricate and detailed, it's really incredible how much goes into each spread. His drawings are so much more than just sketches of what may be in front of him, they are scenes that will capture your attention and seem to be alive, almost breathing with life. You can see plenty more over on his website: patperry.net





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