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February 12, 2016

Doodles in Motion

Isn’t it interesting when a drawing is specifically designed to exist on the internet? Xin Sun’s illustrated animations know how to light a spark of wonder. The play between movement and stillness takes each piece up to a new level of incredible and yet the element of motion is often only a tiny piece of Sun’s drawing, a mere waft of smoke or the flicker of a candle. I love her “One Day” series in particular, in which each image describes a different mood. Make sure to check out Xin Sun on tumblr too for even more gif goodness!

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February 12, 2016

Catpuccinos!

coffee cat sketchbook

I perked up immediately when I only read the title of Elena Efremova’s series: “Coffee Cats.” Coffee and cats? In each image, a drip of coffee trickles down the side of its mug and spills onto on open sketchbook, where it is now the tail of a cat! The artist says each kitty has its own character, just like every type of coffee has its own flavor. Efremova’s accompanying descriptions for the personalities of the cats is simply adorable!

For each photograph, a different style of coffee drink is prepared in a way that showcases the traits of the coffee as well, such as romantic latte art on the sweet cappuccino or a side of croissants at a street cafe for french coffee. Efremova’s bias comes out cleverly in the drawing of her personal favorite drink: coffee with ice cream is a black and white cat snuggling sweetly. I can’t get enough when it comes to doodles of cats or coffee, so seeing them beautifully brought together like this hypes me up more than a shot of espurresso. 

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February 9, 2016

Two-Color Sketchbook Spreads Are Like Looking Through 3D Glasses

I’m so into these sketchbook spreads! Thomas Rouzière draws ordinary moments from every day life with an artistic flair that makes the mundane look insane. The usage of two colors is nostalgically reminiscent of looking through 3D glasses. It’s a unique style with a vintage aesthetic that creates cinematic imagery out of the bustle and mess of mundane tasks like cooking or studying at the end of the day. Aside from the fun retro colors, the contrast between shadows and white space is visually stunning. Incredible composition like this needs to be appreciated. I can't wait to see more marker sketches from Rouzière!

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February 4, 2016

Doodling Dashing Strangers

I’ve been really into Pam Steenwijk’s portraits the past couple of days. Pam is an artist from the Netherlands who plays with details of the face in charming ways. Sometimes with cutesy blushing cheeks, other times with mysterious shadows. Not to mention the expressions! Pam nails it when it comes to drawing nuanced looks that are disarmingly sensitive. I only wish I knew the story behind these effortlessly stylish cool kids. It’s likely that the enigma is part of the aesthetic appeal! Don’t forget to check out Pam’s tumblr for more doodles of dashing strangers. 

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January 12, 2016

Doodles Blooming in a Sketchbook

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I'm finding calm today as I look through annnsunn’s tumblr. The artist’s wonderfully photographed sketchbook has a simple floral theme, and they love to include the real life flower that inspired their drawing. Seeing the artwork alongside the flower that inspired it is especially enjoyable thanks to the gorgeous composition of both the drawings and the photos. It’s neat, clean, and uncomplicated. No wonder it clears my thoughts just by looking at this garden on paper.

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January 10, 2016

Trippy Sketching

Some things don’t need to make sense for you to enjoy them. That’s what I’m finding out as I look through the drawings of Hatice Çiçek, a doodler from Istanbul. It’s a wild world of illustrated madness. Her drawings are rough and meandering, often leaving no space wasted on the page. The cartoonish style looks elementary at a glance, but that’s a deceptive simplicity. The warped, trippy composition of Çiçek’s sketches creatively weaves together a crazy amount of lines and patterns when you really look at it!

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January 5, 2016

Only Pieces of Perfection

It always gives me a kick of inspiration to see that a superb art piece way out of my league began as a rough sketch that's closer to my level. Emokih's realistic hand drawn portraits are not doodly at all, but I can’t resist sharing the WIP photos she posts. It's so intriguing to see a portion of meticulously perfected detail surrounded by the very basics of a sketch. One little corner that she labored intensively on, while the rest is left in its bare bones. I can't help finding it more interesting than the completed pieces sometimes.

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