Kerby Rosanes is a doodle force to be reckoned with. No joke, the man must go through markers like I go through cups of coffee. His style is overwhelming as he completely smothers page after page with funny characters, monsters, objects, and words.
I was first introduced to his work when he sent in a submission to our second coloring book, which we gladly accepted. Follow this doodle maniac over on his blog Sketchy Stories (that updates almost daily).
Related: The Moleskine pages of Maykel Nunes
This is an amazing animation created by Veronika Obertova. In her own words, this is "a story of Viliam, who lives his own animated life within the real world. Childish fun turns into a problem, the problem becomes a solution. No solution is perfect though. "
Wonderfully heartfelt, I personally think we all have a bit of Viliam in us - that slight antisocial charm, that need to always have a pencil in hand, that ability to be content with life the way you see fit...Simply put, you'll love watching this.
It's not like any of us really need an excuse to doodle, but sometimes we do need to be distracted from other, more harmful addictions, like smoking. To help her quit the tobacco habit, Carolyn Alexander is drawing whatever is in front of her when she'd normally be puffing away. This drawing set is reason enough for her to quit.
Found via Design for Mankind.