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by RaShell on 2009-04-10

In the Obsessive Consumer’s (aka Kate Bingaman-Burt) own words, this is how it works: Every month a new zine comes out filled with daily drawings of crud that I buy. You can buy the zine! So, the cycle of buying keeps going!! In her free (from consumption, that is) time, Kate works as an Assistant […]

April 10th, 2009 - 3:20 pm - Comments » 1

by RaShell on 2009-04-06

This Box Doodle Project has made it’s honor rounds around the web recently, but I decided to feature it anyways, cause I like it so much. Doodling, art, recycling, cool designs, all in one… box. Or should I say ON the box? Artists from around the globe “went to town” on these boxy creations and […]

April 6th, 2009 - 10:04 am - Comments » 0

by RaShell on 2009-03-16

As much as I like computer fonts, there’s something absolutely magical (for me, at least) in hand-written letters. No two are alike, and when there’s a whole alphabet it’s like a neat collection, herbarium of sorts. But instead of dried flowers, letter specimens bloom on the page. From the Ornamental Typography of the days past […]

March 16th, 2009 - 2:29 pm - Comments » 1

by RaShell on 2009-02-27

Ok, ok, nobody’s coming (and yes I live in the revolutionary state of Massachusetts). But, the British are at it again (Remember a year ago?). The National Doodle Day is today and doodle they do, guvnor! It’s all about having fun whilst raising funds to help people whose lives are affected by epilepsy and neurofibromatosis. […]

February 27th, 2009 - 12:37 pm - Comments » 4

by RaShell on 2009-02-10

One of my friends’ favorite saying goes like that: When there’s nothing to say, silence is the best. Well, I suppose there are always exceptions. Not to mention that Danish artist Louise Campbell does have something to say, she just does it in slightly unusual, but so endearing for us, doodle-lovers, way. The installation, which […]

February 10th, 2009 - 10:54 am - Comments » 1

by RaShell on 2009-01-29

Koma aka Andy Miller works as an illustrator in the UK, although he was born and raised in the USA. Specializing in detailed hand drawn illustrations, he is always trying to do new things with the simple line. His T-shirt designs for Threadless are really great, and definitely doodle-inspired and -inspiring. And his printed works, […]

January 29th, 2009 - 10:47 am - Comments » 1