Make something of your mistakes. That’s what Giula Bernadelli does, and the results are delectable. When her food is knocked over, she goes with the flow and creates stunning images using her fingers, utensils, or food instead of brushes. Plates, cups, and tablecloths are the canvas for her delicious doodles made with coffee, honey, ice cream, wine, fruit, nutella… Nothing on the table is safe! You can’t even be mad over the mess made when it's this visually remarkable. The finished results look so good, it’s wild to think they started out as a shapeless stain. Follow @bernulia on instagram if you wanna watch this coffee+doodle addict keep playing with her food.See More »
Garrett Miller does it again. First he rocked us with Imaginawesome (where he turned kid doodles into complete illustrations) and now he's invented a whole new form of doodling; where dry erase markers meet windows.
They are funny, they interact with their (often) scenic backgrounds and best of all, they are quick, improvised and temporary. The perfect definition of doodling.
Found via Wooster Collective.