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October 27, 2011

The Drawings of Speak Cryptic

Tattoos, invisible eyes, intricate wrinkles and black lines are common themes in his work. I find that his characters can sit alone on a white page and still feel like they have generations of stories in their eyes, in their pose and in their gestures. Farizwan Fajari is Speak Cryptic.


March 8, 2011

Member Spotlight: Mariana Abasolo

Mariana Abasolo is a fellow Brazilian and quite the avid doodler. Two major points for that! The use of black and white versus color in her drawings, combined, are the perfect mix. They are simple and a little wacky, just the way I like 'em. Oh, and she's already a member of DA! Three points! She's on a role today.


February 14, 2011

Heavy Color

I've followed Mario Kolaric (aka Sretan Bor) for a little while now and have gotten use to him posting black-and-white illustrations for his series of "dark" zines, but recently something of color has been coming up in my image feed.

I was surprised to learn it was him behind the colorful strokes of overweight bodies in splendid pose and action. He looks to be having lots of fun with (what seems like) a new set of felt pens. Love it!


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 21, 2010

Streak and Stroke

I like Stuart White. Why? Because he likes working on projects with a hands-on approach. And for that, he deserves a gold star, a hand-drawn one. His marks are minimal and simply perfect as they are. See more


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.


February 15, 2010

No Whitespace

The moleskine pages from Maykel Nunes are consumed with doodles from corner to corner. The ink literally bleeds to the end of each spread and the content completely differs on every page turn.

The presentation of the work is simply wonderful too, as the context of each photo; from coffee beans to playing cards, make for great backdrops. Well done Maykel. See some selects




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