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August 8, 2013

Color Pens Gone Wild



Mossi's markers make quick, short strokes of color that run into each other to create random shapes (and sometimes faces) born from his subconscious. Look closely and you'll be staring into a trippy collection of intricate lines and patterns, making it impossible to follow, but easy to love.


May 17, 2012

Look Up and You'll Miss It

This one is for my fellow down-lookers, you know who you are! When we go for a stroll, we like to keep our chin pointed down and our gaze fixed a few inches in front of our boots. To find our way home, we look at the cracks in the pavement rather than the street signs! And we're the ones who always seem to find that stray ten-dollar bill on the sidewalk... lucky us!

Well, my fellow down-lookers, let me introduce you to a kindred doodler. Her name is Heike Weber and she's a German artist who works with the canvas under our feet. Check it out, these doodled floor installations would make even the snobbiest up-looker take a peek down!

By the way... they're all hand-drawn with markers & acrylic paint!


October 25, 2011

A Pirate's Life for Me

This music video for We Cut Corners by Kijek / Adamski is a must see. I've already watched it three times while waiting for my coffee to brew. The entire two and a half minutes was done with markers on paper, that's it! Well, that, and a whole lot of talent ;)



Found via BOOOOOOOM!.

September 7, 2011

The Schwarzenegger Trilogy



I just found this video on Vimeo (haha, that rhymed!) by Brainbow and enjoyed it immensely. It's three short hand-drawn 1,600 frame animation composed into one. It's very simply drawn, which I absolutely love, partially colored in with highlighters.

The first video '5 4 3 2...' is a series of continuous Hollywood explosions edited into a simple beat. The second, "Galleria" is a cut from Terminator 2. And the third, which is my favorite (and starts at 2:25), is an original gangsta rap with lyrics provided by the Governator himself and arranged by Harry McGowan.

Get your headphones on. Enjoy the pops of color, fun sound effects and some of Arnold's infamous lines.

August 23, 2011

Windoodles

Garrett Miller does it again. First he rocked us with Imaginawesome (where he turned kid doodles into complete illustrations) and now he's invented a whole new form of doodling; where dry erase markers meet windows.

They are funny, they interact with their (often) scenic backgrounds and best of all, they are quick, improvised and temporary. The perfect definition of doodling.

My favorites are below, but you really should visit Windoodles to see the growing collection (he's even taking submissions).

Found via Wooster Collective.


July 19, 2011

Ridiculous Skill

I know sketchbooks, I obsess over them. And every once in a while I run into one that deserves its insides to be printed, framed and put in front of your eyes. Every single spread in Josť Azevado's sketchbook is colored and drawn with such intensity, it's as if his markers and pens are on steroids, two Red Bulls, and one delicious Cherry Starburst for good measure.


September 29, 2010

Stirring

So you want a little bit of crazy? Well, check out the flickr page of Dillon Dooms. He has quite the imagination. Enjoy the chaos that is his brain.

Dillon Dooms Doodles




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