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Hello, my name is Nate Williams,
and I am a doodle addict.








































 

15 Comments

Junkyard Sam Posted Sep 23, 2008
OUTSTANDING! I love Nate Williams's work! Weird and interesting and wonderful to see his sketches!

Maggiemolam Posted Sep 24, 2008
I love doodle art. I draw lots : )

Jonno Posted Sep 26, 2008
Great work mate...some pretty odd stuff but awesome!!

lizbert Posted Dec 2, 2008
why is your dog always so sad?

Horsey McBoo
Horsey McBoo Posted Jan 31, 2010
I love this work :)

Yvonne Stewart
Yvonne Stewart Posted Jun 10, 2010
made me smile, marrige sex so true.

starski
starski Posted Mar 10, 2011
your letter constructions are really interesting.

starski
starski Posted Mar 10, 2011
your letter constructions are really interesting.

starski
starski Posted Mar 10, 2011
must have been double clicked by exitement ...

chris davies
chris davies Posted May 31, 2011
Nate's the best!

ceskus
ceskus Posted Aug 31, 2011
Beautiful drawings, i love the abstract signs, congratulations.

Shelby Alice
Shelby Alice Posted Sep 9, 2011
I love your "snailaphant, getwellaphant, bellaphant, propelaphant," drawings :D My favorite is the Hotelaphant! http://www.flickr.com/photos/n8w/5878089478/in/photostream

julia gulia
julia gulia Posted Nov 10, 2011
simplicity at its best

Kipik
Kipik Posted Jul 6, 2013
playful, witty, funny! Thanks for sharing!

Little Graffiti
Little Graffiti Posted Sep 13, 2013
I am a novice, who teach me.

 

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Nate Williams
By: okat
I first discovered Nate's work in early 2004 and was immediatley awe struck by his style and expression. On a whim, I sent him an email about a concept I had and wanted him to illustrate. I had nothing to offer but gratitude and a couple of free art prints of the design. Not only did he indulge my wishes, he turned it around in less than two weeks time. The limited-edition print was called Monkey Bomb and has since turned into a t-shirt.

For this site, I reached out to Nate again... and this time, he obliged with an intimate peak into his daily sketchbook.

 



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