I think it's safe to say that as artists we are always looking for a reason to draw -- something that will inspire us to take pencil to paper and draw on the mockingly bright white sheet. San Francisco based artist Jessica Wassil found it in the brutally real and often obnoxious voices of anonymous Yelp reviewers. She makes colorful drawings of the original review and rating and posts them to her blog weekly. After visiting Yelp Yack, you'll never read another review the same way.
Here are some recent findings of Doodlers Anonymous out in the wild…
The winter issue of Anorak Magazine has been published. It features tons of colorful and playful illustrations around the theme of books, and best of all, there's a spread (see above) highlighting some of the wonderful submissions* to the Doodlers Anonymous Balloon Showcase. Go on and get yourself a copy »
Also noteworthy is this sweet review of our website, written and drawn by Emmi Ojala for SUPERSWEET Magazine. So many good quotes in there…
"On the DA website, creativity gets contagious and you’ll be dying to draw before your mouse has said “click” (or if not, be happy for having one addiction less)." -- The Cure To Those Suffering For Art
Thanks to all of you for the love and support. Doodle on…
* Print Correction: In the Anorak Magazine spread there's a submission that was incorrectly credited. The doodled balloon of an Owl Ornament was drawn by Cheryl Smith. Hoot, hoot, sorry for the misprint.