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January 19, 2010

Work in Progress

Here are some pics taken at the Work in Progress show in Central Saint Martins MA Textiles Futures. These are a glimpse of an idea for wall coverings that are inspired by pages blown up from sketchbooks and spontaneous doodling and Traditional Lace. They are very much still a work in progress but I thought I would share them with you anyways. See more »

November 10, 2009

Wall Doodlin' with Tosco

When I started doodling 6 months ago, this stuff blew me away. Anytime I need a kick in the pants to get my creative juices going again, I come back to this amazing and imaginative work. Tosco is part of the Cabidela Ninjas, a collective of Portuguese street artists, including the brilliant Uganda Lebre, who put out pieces of stunning quality and originality. The final wall pieces are undoubtedly impressive, dynamic and eye catching - if graffiti's your bag - but what amazes me is the consistency of Tosco's work from small book doodle to huge street work. Somehow, his work manages to convey the freedom of thought, quality of line and natural immediacy of top notch doodling at any and every scale. More pics »

November 14, 2008

WeeWillDoodle

An artist collective rooted in everything we (here at DA) live by. The group believes in, respects, and harnesses the raw power of spontaneous ideas and captures them in different mediums, on paper, on plastic, on walls, on your bare ass–you name it and they’ll draw on it. Give them a blank room and they'll charge in with multi-colored markers blazing!

They have tons of photos to click-thru and a video news story on the team.

November 10, 2008

Take a Breather

Nate Frizzell discusses the process of going from a sketch to a painting with The Captain and His Crew piece and the need to sometimes step away from something long enough to find the right solution. We've all gone from spontaneity to hitting a creative wall. Open your sketchbook, visit an old doodle, and add something new to it today.

October 1, 2008

Doodled Wall

Charlie Kratzer took $10 worth of sharpies and went at his basement like a mad man. The results are outrageous. I like the imperfect lines and cast of drawn characters from Sherlock Homes and Winston Churchill to Rocky and Bullwinkle. Read the full story here and see an entire 360-degree view of the artwork.




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