Jim Bradshaw is one of our favorite artists. His creatures are often fun, wacky and off-the-wall. In the fourth wallpaper from our series, he delivers a tapestry of convivial personalities over an explosion of red.
Download the wallpaper — your phone and tablet will thank you.
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.
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.
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.