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May 19, 2011

The Trip by Michelle Lasalvia
(Process + Install)

We just got lost in a wonderful hour of cutting, rubbing, rolling, and pulling. How we love the tactile and tangible goodness of a hands-on project: the materials, the planning, the process. What fun to focus on something beautiful and immediate. Instant gratification.

The Trip by Michelle Lasalvia is stunning. The web honestly does it no justice. It has been an instant conversation piece at DA’s studio. The colors are vibrant and the quality of the vinyl and packaging exceeded all expectations. You will be enamored, but you’ll also be out of luck if you wait too long. Stock is limited, very limited (click to buy).

Post this beautiful decal on your wall like a ribbon around your finger—a reminder to travel, an inspiration to get out there.


April 14, 2011

Shake It Like A Polaroid Picture

Everyone has, at one point, fallen madly in love with Polaroid pictures: the feeling of clicking the red button, the magic of watching the film slide out, the anticipation of waiting to see what develops, the gritty beauty of imperfection, and the iconic white frame. There really is no digital replacement for how good it feels to snap a Polaroid and the nostalgia that goes along with it.

Help us celebrate by submitting your own Polaroid camera art to editor{at}doodlersanonymous{dot}com (as a jpg) along with your name and link so we can give you proper credit. We'll then add your entry to this post! Join the fun.

The amazing Polaroid doodle above was done by Seth Banks.

See all drawn Polaroids

March 23, 2011

Sky High

Last night I flew to the west coast and was stuck up in the air for five hours. I killed the time by listening to The National, Band of Horses and a little Mumford and Sons. I didn't have my sketchbook but I did find my travel itinerary to draw on. Here are a few of the doodles I made while waiting to get back on land. Oh, and by the way, warm greetings from a very rainy California.

March 15, 2011

Owl is Love

Maybe it's sheer nostalgia for Tootsie Pop's wise Mr. Owl, but there's something so endearing and friendly about an illustrated owl. The real bird of prey, with its exorcist-head-swivel action, is admittedly kind of creepy; but for some reason, its drawn incarnations seem utterly playful and downright cordial. The above is courtesy of Kendra K.

Scroll though the extras for some more fun images, including my mom's vintage owl oven mitt, which I've lovingly confiscated.


February 3, 2011

Magna Doodle, I Love You

No joke, I enjoy my kids magna doodle toy more than they do. If it's anywhere near me, there's no doubt it will quickly end up in my hands for hours. It's the perfect doodle toy. You can't save, you can't undo and you can't even partly erase. There's no room for accuracy or moments of hesitation. In fact half the time the tied-up stylus hardly reaches all corners of the board.

And that's exactly what makes it so great. I scribbled the above a few days ago and then I found some other great examples on Flickr. Enjoy, and make sure to go buy yourself one (even if the pitter-patter of little feet don't fill your home).


January 20, 2011

Boxed In

Framed doodles make for amazing art on walls and I dare you to prove me wrong. I fucking double dare you.

The above "crappie table" is done by Barrie J. Davies.


November 16, 2010

Time Moves Faster

I have to apologize for the lack of updates on my part. When they say that NY moves fast, I had no idea they actually meant it. Work has been keeping me extra busy and I have also decided to go back to school at night. My love for DA, however, still runs deep, and to prove it, I have decided to share the pages of my sketchbook. I carry it in my purse at all times and it is slowly falling apart. But I am especially fond of this sketchbook because I have always wanted a red one (it's the little things that count).

The pages inside are a mix of brainstorming session notes, random thoughts, ripped scraps of paper and color. It's a little bit messy. It's a little bit playful. And I like to think that it's a little bit like its maker.





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