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January 7, 2015

Collages of Strange Anatomy





Come visit the misunderstood creatures of Beetle Blossom's zoo. Kate McCann carefully cuts apart and rearranges pages from old medical books or fashion magazines that are antique and forgotten, and from the many tiny pieces of paper she creates beastly and fragile hybrids made of bones, insects, plants, human anatomy, and more.

Her paper creatures are grotesque and engrossing, yet so disturbing and elegant that instead of looking away you want to peer closer. McCann says, "Part science fiction, and part fairy story, these collages are like scientific records of my discoveries." See more »

December 31, 2014

Our 2014 Doodle, Draw and Illustration Year in Review

Before we close out 2014 and set out to make 2015 another amazing year, I wanted to quickly thank our community of friends, fans, readers and artists that make Doodlers Anonymous such a thriving community of inspiration, creativity and art. We plan on making 2015 kick ass. Stay tuned...

Now on to the good stuff. This year we highlighted hundreds of artists, projects and artworks (you can revisit the complete archive here). As a short recap, I'm featuring a few of the more popular and memorable ones below (click their titles to read further about each).



The Art of Taking Off Clothes





Extraordinary Illustrations on Ordinary Objects





Intricate Drawings on Wood





Inside the Sketchbook of Gabriel Picolo





Craving a Hug Right Now





Deep Dark Fears





Rorschach Test for Doodlers





Sketchbook Pages to Get Lost In





Tumblr of the Week: Hello Stranger





Intricate Hand-Drawn Flowers Direct from Olka's Sketchbooks





POV: The Sketchbook as a Center Point

December 22, 2014

Millo, Please Draw on Our City Walls, Forever and Ever.



When you look at the work of street artist Millo, you'll quickly realize there's someone special watching over our city walls. His art is massive, but not in an intrusive way. He paints black lines, adding a hint of color only when needed, and his lines draw characters caught-up and interacting amongst the streets and buildings of our urban walls.

In 2014, he was awarded the opportunity to paint 13 large-scale walls in Turin, Italy, and each one of them is as beautiful as the next. Here's a peek to some of my favorites, but you should follow him on Instagram or his website for so much more.


December 18, 2014

Illustrated Boobies Bring Awareness to Breast Cancer





A playful and creative way to bring attention and awareness to breast cancer, the Alphabreast illustration project was created to celebrate all breasts and to keep them healthy. My favorites may be the Total Recall, Lactating, Kinky, and Femm Bot breast animations... wait, I love the Glittery, Queer, and Asymetrical ones too... and of course the pierced and inked... and... well... all the boobies are beautiful. Be sure to click on over to their website to see the bouncy animations for a cause, and consider donating $5 to F*#k Cancer and support your favorite pair of boobs. Click through and interact with all the goodies. Save the Tatas!

December 17, 2014

Art You Can Eat

Since the holidays are cookie season, here's something culinary-inclined doodle addicts should give a shot. I'm licking my lips just looking at these delicious doodles on gingerbread that are anything but cookie-cutter. Satu Kontinen painted flowers right onto the frosting of her freshly baked cookies. Yummmm!

You can take a look at her instagram to see more of her doodles (mostly non-edible).

December 12, 2014

Sketchbook: A Year in Jerusalem





Ever feel homesick for a place you're not even from? I never visited Jerusalem, but these drawings feel like old memories of somewhere I haven't been yet. The artist is Vincent Mahé, a Parisian who spent a year in Jerusalem and brought it back with him in a sketchbook. His sketches include the big touristy sites everyone knows, but also the empty streetsides and tops of buildings that you don't normally see in photos. There's something captivating about the simple lines—-the way he creates shadows with them, the way the drawing seamlessly becomes less detailed the further away from the focus point.

December 10, 2014

Scandroids



Artem Solop is a Ukrainian artist who constantly daydreams of robots. Or could be a robot, who knows. His sketchbook is packed with page after page of machine madness and I still want more. Gimme ALL the robots. Solop calls it robot pop, a catchy fit for his mech monsters with occasional bursts of neon green and hot pink. Stay plugged in to his work by following him on Behance or his blog.





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