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February 21, 2013

Drawn Wallpapers for the Digital Age:
Art by Krysthopher Woods, #3

Krysthopher Woods often turns the ghastly and creepy into stunning and sublime. In the third wallpaper from our series, he seems to have drawn a creature enveloped by snow and tears during it's final journey.

It renders beautiful and it's yours to download.


February 15, 2013

Drawn Narration

I love these story-driven artworks by Dave Zackin. Of course it's the colors and bold lines that first catch my attention, but then I quickly get caught up in the hand-lettering and drawn narratives. I'd gamble to say that even the most humdrum day in my life would look fascinating if documented like this.


February 6, 2013

Drawn Wallpapers for the Digital Age:
Art by überkraaft, #2

Matt Williams (aka überkraaft) rocks red and black lines for our second drawn wallpaper in the series. Matt's been in the habit of doodling since the age of three and now resides in the U.K. as a freelance illustrator, designer and all-around creative.

This wallpaper looks amazing on my iPad. Download it today and you'll see what I mean.


January 28, 2013

Drawn Wallpapers for the Digital Age:
Art by Muxxi, #1

Unless you've printed this website on some paper, you are no doubt reading this on some sort of digital device. Maybe it sits on your desk or lap, or maybe it's small enough to be held in one hand or two, no matter the case, you deserve a beautifully drawn background to greet you every time you turn it on.

That's where we come in. We as in Doodlers Anonymous and the artists who've been invited to share their art with you.

Our first wallpaper is hand-drawn by Guatemalan artist Muxxi. A long time friend of DA, Muxxi shares with us her surreal world and fantastical characters. Download it free and make it part of your everyday. If you’d like to be notified when the next one is released, sign up to our newsletter.


December 21, 2012

The Magic in a Book



With over 1000 images, a carnival of mediums (water color, oil, collage, marker, and ink), and a retro dont-blame-me-when-it-gets-stuck-in-your-head kind of song, Reeo Zerko's stop-motion animation will make your lips curl in delight. As if this weren't enough, below the fold are images of the incomprehensible talent which drips (like my drool) from each page of his sketchbook. Damn he's good.


October 18, 2012

Drawn Intermission

Anton Marrast makes surreal pictures. He plays with photographs he's taken himself and edits them together to create his digital art. You can see some of them featured in his interview over at Empty Kingdom.

But he also loves working on paper. To me, his drawings seem to capture a perfectly still frame from some interesting movie that has yet to come out. I want to know the story behind each one of them.


October 17, 2012

She Doesn't Even Go Here!

Do you remember in Mean Girls, when Crying Girl just wants to bake a cake filled with rainbows and smiles? So many feelings, no place to share them!

Well, these eight lady-pals have a lot of feelings, too. So they decided to collect them all into a rad little zine! Sad Girls features a few of my favourite illustrators, such as Kaye Blegvad and Tuesday Bassen. It's like a cake made of rainbows and smiles, but for your eyes! Haha, maybe not. I don't know. Anyone who's never seen Mean Girls will be wondering what the funk I'm going on about here.

Enough words, bring on the sweet hand-drawn portraits!





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