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November 20, 2014

Coloring Book Interview Series, #9: Morkwork



Morkwork is a super-duo team of artists who describe themselves as a "house of ideas." I get good vibes from their playful dynamic and childishly carefree doodles that I can't get enough of, so I asked Glenis and Marcos a few questions about their projects and Morkwork in general!

November 13, 2014

A Whole New World

Youíve seen countless pictures of these worldwide monuments before, but none quite like this. Himanshu Agrawal shows you the world through his eyes by doodling on manipulated photos of iconic landmarks in his Archi-Fracture series, making them seem like something new.

Itís a shame that photos of incredible places can start to seem mundane after you've been overexposed to them, so seeing Agrawal bring new life and humor to these places is the kick I needed to appreciate how awesome these sites actually are.


November 10, 2014

Needles and Doodles (Noodles?!)

In case my Making Monsters entry didn't make it obvious, I'll say it: I'm really into seeing doodles come off the page. Sometimes doodling can be a gateway drug to other arty addictions. For example, Robin Amy Darling makes embroidery based on her doodles!

Robin says it's "time consuming, labour intensive and considered old fashioned, but extraordinary things can be achieved with a needle and thread." You can see proof that she's 100% right on her tumblr!

November 5, 2014

Alternate Doodle Universe



Usually sequels arenít as good as the first, but thatís SO not the case here. I wrote a post about Aug(de)mented Reality a few months ago and now itís back with a vengeance. I canít imagine what people think Marty Cooper (or Hombre_McSteez as he goes by online) is doing when they see him sitting in front of a stop sign, completely concentrated on it and holding up transparency sheets every so often. Itís so cool to see artists making doodles on the spot when inspiration from their surroundings hits them!

This is a compilation of animations he posted on instagram, so follow @Hombre_McSteez to keep up with his newest stuff.

October 31, 2014

Halloween Treat: Making Monsters

Chelsea Bloxsom makes monsters. Sheís like Frankenstein stitching together frightening creatures, except hers are a lot more neon. What I love about her is that she posts doodles of her monstrous ideas before she takes them to the sewing table. Colorful, mischievous, and just a little bit spooky - itís too fitting for an entry on Halloween. Visit her instagram or her website to see more of her creepy creations.




October 24, 2014

Coloring Book Interview Series, #8: Gizem Vural





Dreams, adventure, and coffee! What more could you want? These are my favorite things that I find constantly in Gizem Vural's playfully surreal illustrations. You have to read more about how she never outgrew playing with coloring books (like most of us here) and it led her to being published in ours.


October 22, 2014

Did Thumbelina Make These Ridiculously Small Paintings?





No, Lorraine Loots did. I don't think you understand how small these are. Look at the tip of your pencil RIGHT NOW and think about how minuscule these brush strokes must be. What is this, a painting for ants? ActuallyÖ that's exactly what the artist named the series. On January 1, 2013, she challenged herself to create one miniature painting every single day of the year. That's 365 coin-sized drawings in extremely high detail and she doesn't even use a magnifying glass. My eyes hurt just thinking about it.





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