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February 4, 2009

Featured: Simon Mills

I created Doodlers Anonymous for people like Simon Mills. He is the exact definition of a doodle addict. He cares nothing about the canvas, only that he has some kind of tool to draw with, a stick, ink, brush, anything that can leave a mark.

Simon exhibits his art mainly around the Bristol area and under the name boredmonkeylove design. When looking at his doodles, you get lost in the journey of his lines and that too, is how he works. "The ability to hold a pen, move it this way and that and see where it takes me... I find too much thought is the enemy."

Simon's feature is inspiring and I'm still captivated by the 14 original pieces he's drawn for Doodlers Anonymous, each representing his spontaneous style and love for working on discarded materials - cardboard, wood, furniture. He makes use of them all.

Featured Artist #14: Simon Mills / see the feature now »

January 5, 2009

Featured: camiki

Upon first glance, I immediately fell for camiki's doodles. They seem to be crafted with hardly any effort or thought, just improvised. Yet, everything in her art comes together just right, from the colors to the flow. They are fun and harmless drawings that deserve your attention, and to our delight, she's created 8 exclusive iPhone wallpapers that you can download and use to your heart's content.

December 18, 2008

Featured: Tommaso Meli

Tommaso's work is outrageous and full of majestic concepts, detail and textures. He likes to go by the name “pariah”, a term for anyone considered an outcast, isolated, or different by others -- which is an excellent metaphor for his style.

His feature on DA is a mix between pics of sketches or "in progress" work with a collection of past doodles and drawings. Have a look at what happens when his mind spills onto paper.

Featured artist #12 is right this way »

November 30, 2008

Featured: Gabi Campanario


I was first introduced to Gabi's work on the Urban Sketchers site that he founded. You might remember as I blogged about it a fews days ago. His work draws you in to his daily life with captured moments and annotated notes.

Gabi is a spanish artist living in Seattle and if you look at his work, you'd think he's drawn every nook and cranny of The Emerald City. Above is a 3-minute video flip through his Moleskine, but for his feature, I've hand-picked 13 drawings from his Seattle sketchbook. Now go enjoy our 11th featured artist.

November 17, 2008

Featured: ELBOW-TOE

ELBOW-TOE is the mad scientist of street art. His work is eclectic and ever evolving with content grounded in myth, symbolism and poetry.

I have always been fascinated by the direction of his art in the public spaces of Brooklyn and was therefore happy to learn that he carries a sketchbook with him on the subways of New York city.

For this awesome feature, we have 17 spreads from ELBOW-TOE's own book, all done flawlessly with a red felt pen. See for yourself »

November 3, 2008

Featured: Matteo Gualandris

Matteo comes to us from the land of Northern Italy, where his mind seems to wander endlessly over the pages of his Moleskine notebook. We are featuring an unprecedented 32 images for his feature, showcasing a diverse set of Matteo's work with his obvious consistent style. My personal favorite seem to be the pages that have an almost infinite landscape of faces and characters. View the feature now!

October 22, 2008

Featured: Chris Piascik

According to CNN's countdown to the election: (as of this post) we are exactly 12 days, 7 hours and 8 minutes from going to the polls. Chris Piascik doodles every day, but lately his Moleskine is filled with page after page of political observations done in beautiful hand-drawn typography. I have to admit that even my own doodles (usually random thoughts, like daydreams that make no sense) have been clouded by the 2008 election.

For Chris' feature, I had to stop myself from wanting to showcase his more familiar work (art unrelated to politics) of beautiful paintings, gocco prints and daily drawings, so that I could focus your attention on a set of images that speaks the real truth about his work: he can even make the words "Sarah Palin is trash(y)" look good. Click to view »




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