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April 27, 2011

Limited-Edition Wall Decals

Today is a good day, a really good day. We are beaming with pride and grinning from ear to ear. It’s the first time we have transformed our community’s showcase submissions into something tangible, breathing life into a concept. This is what Doodlers Anonymous is all about!

This past March, we collaborated with the fine folks at Blik. We challenged DA members to draw an original artwork for our studio wall, which would be turned into a wall decal for sale in limited release. The turnout floored us. Our jaws dropped as we received submission after submission, totaling 99 drawn walls!

We are excited to announce that the winning decals have been printed! They are vibrant and amazing and now available for purchase. So, show your fellow members some love, buy a decal and make your walls pretty with art. Your purchase will help support DA’s efforts, community, philosophy, and the doodling arts. A community that doodles together…



December 11, 2009

DA Coloring Book, Vol. 1

This is it, it's real. In three weeks time we put together a coloring book like you've never seen before. It features the drawings of 29 artists from around the globe.

I am so proud of this project and want to thank everyone who submitted a drawing. Now you can get your hands on it and fill it in with every ounce of ink you have lying around.

See the inside and all participating artists by clicking here or buy a copy today (while supplies last).

Doodlers Anonymous Coloring Book, Volume 1

32 pages printed at 8.5"x11"



October 28, 2009

Hallowzine

Hallowzine is, you guessed it, a Halloween-themed zine. Clever, right? This is a collaborative project between myself and the typemaster-flex Chris Piascik. Hallowzine is jam-packed with original/never-before-seen drawings, some by Chris, some by me and a bunch that we worked on together.

Each zine features a screen-printed cover and was constructed by our hands! It's only $8!

Hallowzine was printed in an edition of 50 and you can purchase yours from Will (Supermarket) or from Chris.

October 8, 2009

Blue Inks

UK illustrator, Andy Smith, has a new silkscreened book! It's 30 pages of new illustrations composed of hand lettering, characters, halftoned images, and humor! Limited edition of 200, printed by Andy himself and available here.

more of Andy Smith: Flickr, Blog

September 24, 2009

500 Colored Pencils: 01/20

A few weeks back I was fortunate enough to be included in the initial mailing of the most beautiful and inspiring collection of colored pencils I have ever seen.

500 Pencils is a product by Felissimo, the folks behind DESIGN 21 and Social Designer, and it is the only set in the world that attempts to match the span and wonder of human creativity, with each pencil having its unique hue and name.

It gets better. Now you can subscribe and order the collection for yourself (or as a gift to someone else) and the best part is, they get delivered over the course of 20 months. Each month a set of 25 pencils will arrive at your door (packaged in similar tones and hues). Above is a photo of the first series I received in the mail and so far my favorite colors include Plum Crazy and Little Red Wagon. Now go get your hands on these »

June 17, 2009

Leather-bound or Loose Scrawls

Sketchbooks allow for freedom - for the maker to daydream, vent, and explore in private. Some keep it simple. Some fill every page with scribbles, scraps of paper or tape. Either way, they allow us to get a glimpse of what makes that person tick; which is why Richard Brereton created the book Sketchbooks: The Hidden Art of Designers, Illustrators and Creatives. In it, the individual artists explain how they use their sketchbooks to create their finished works. These types of books never get old and are always insightful.

June 12, 2009

The Underground Art School

Being creative almost always means being passionate. And sometimes we get really lucky, and that passionate creative is completely driven and always without sleep. That of course means we get something incredible to enjoy.

Get your hands on the Underground Art School Magazine by Racheal Anilyse. It features an interview with me, but that is the most boring part. 36 pages of awesome content from artists like Su Blackwell, Heidi Burton, Kyle Coughlin and Yoda Navarrete. There's also some amazing insight, my favorite being the "process profile" by artist Anna Denise. She basically lets us peak into an illustrated diary of hers for the month of February.

So go spend $10 on something to hold in your hand that's not a computer mouse or at the very least draw on something that could also keep you warm.




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