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February 15, 2010

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The moleskine pages from Maykel Nunes are consumed with doodles from corner to corner. The ink literally bleeds to the end of each spread and the content completely differs on every page turn.

The presentation of the work is simply wonderful too, as the context of each photo; from coffee beans to playing cards, make for great backdrops. Well done Maykel.


Joey Isaacson
Joey Isaacson Posted Feb 15, 2010
took the extra time to put it in a fresh background

and what kind of pens do you use?

Samantha Posted Feb 15, 2010
Love this! If I dare suggest it, reminds me of my own style! I imagine he would just use regular ink pens?

tiffyduck Posted Feb 15, 2010
doodles are amazing, but... no more "ronaldo" ouch. that's the last place i would imagine to see that.

Jim Bradshaw
Jim Bradshaw Posted Feb 16, 2010
Now those are some fun moleskine pages.

Collette Abery
Collette Abery Posted Feb 16, 2010
i love this sooooooooooo much very very very inspiring!

bluebeetle Posted Feb 16, 2010
Brilliant drawings. I confess I envy those who can fill to the edges of their moleskins. Mine tend to float a bit more.

Kevin Jones Posted Feb 16, 2010
Blown away! I'm usually humbled once every couple of days...looks like I'm all set till Thursday

maykel Posted Feb 16, 2010
Hello guys.... thank you for the compliments ... an encouragement to continue drawing ... for those who asked about pens ... I use an ink pen gel and nankin disposable

tyler scott
tyler scott Posted Feb 17, 2010
great style & great placement!!

Sandra Romero
Sandra Romero Posted Feb 20, 2010
its great! haha you make me wanna do this while im bored in class now just pack the pages with doodles and its so cool thats you just used regular pen and paper nothing fancy just pure talent. A ture doodler if i do say so myself! haha :D

gabe Posted Feb 22, 2010
wow very creative

Deborah Leigh
Deborah Leigh Posted Feb 23, 2010
I love this type of doodling!

Carol Chan
Carol Chan Posted Mar 3, 2010
i love all of them !
and at first glance you see a pretty impressive picture, and then theres more details for you to focus in on

Jane Nuse
Jane Nuse Posted Apr 18, 2010
So enjoyable to view! Inspiring!

Sakina Fildza Posted May 19, 2010
WOW!It's really great idea and inspiring, now i usually draw those simple lines on my free time

Andrie Lancanan
Andrie Lancanan Posted Oct 5, 2010
oh em jee. very inspiring. love all of them.


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