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December 13, 2010

Member Spotlight: Ed Milsom

Droog79 is the alter-ego of salty-faced Ed Milsom, who spews “brain ink over scarce supplies of paper” when he’s not falling off waves in southern Mexico.

Alluring work that captures the patterned chaos of the sea. Check out
his doodles and tshirt art on his flickr feed and blog. Righteous.


September 10, 2010

Member Spotlight: Jim Kaufmann

I was searching for something different today and I found it in the works of Jim Kaufmann. He's technically a writer, but claims to have found the visual arts again after a long hiatus.

We couldn't agree more. Jim's art is a mash-up of acrylics and intricate pen work, with a touch of cut-and-paste collage. So many attempt this style and fall short. Jim does not. His work looks improvised and accidental but it somehow all falls into place.


July 6, 2010

Member Spotlight: James Barker

What can I say? I seriously love everything James draws. It's messy, raw and untamed, but all very intentional at the same time. His work is all over the place too, from colorful and bold portraits of dead kings and queens to black and white comic-like panels of zombies and devils. I've collected some of my favorite here, but also make sure you don't miss his drawn posters of compiled masks, flags and planes.

James became a member of Doodlers Anonymous in December of 2009, but you can mainly find him on flickr and jamesillustration.co.uk


June 5, 2010

Member Spotlight: Muxxi

Muxxi is a recent member of DA that draws from Guatemala and declares she's lost in a crazy doodle world.

We absolutely agree. It's a weird and fantastic world of characters, expressions and beautiful, colorful scenes. See for yourself »


May 19, 2010

Member Spotlight: Matt Saunders

I don't know Matt Saunders (aka rabbit portal), but sometimes I feel like I do. I've been following him on twitter for months now and it's quite obvious how much passion and work he puts into his love of drawing. I really like that his lines are detailed and intricate and that there's an abundance of them.

Take the time to visit his flickr full of goodies, especially the animation stills, where he shows off his scribbles before they come to life.


May 13, 2010

Member Spotlight: Alex Eben Meyer

As of this posting, we have 1,121 members on Doodlers Anonymous and it's about damn time we show you some love (especially since we are so behind on the launch of our showcase section). Once a week, we will try to shed light on one of you. So for our first member spotlight, we'd like to show off the work of Alex Eben Meyer, who joined DA back in July 2009.

He's an illustrator working at Pencil Factory and has a sketchbook that is to die for. You can follow him on twitter, flickr or eben.com





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