We had a great week here at Abduzeedo with some super awesome posts, and I thought I would be really awesome to start the weekend with a super sweet post with doodles on a Moleskine! Kerby Rosanes is the artist behind these amazing pieces. He's a super talented artist as you can see here. His trace is simply fantastic and it definitely demands lots of effort and dedication to come up with such pieces. For more of it, please visit his portfolio at DeviantART! He'll definitely enjoy these. Cheers. ;)
We designers have a tendency to doodle on anything from sketchbooks to cocktail napkins. The most gratifying part of this exercise is when free form doodles turn into the beginning of an amazing illustration. What sometimes starts as a simple way to pass the time may turn into something abstract, intriguing or dare we say surrealistic. To illustrate this, we've handpicked a few groovy examples we stumbled upon and hope that these will inspire you to come up with some off the cuff sketches of your own. We'll keep an eye out. Equilibrium by MeRuxi In your Eye by lauraborealisis tunnel vision HI RES by ecks-i Right Hand June July 2007 by MetalDad56 Surreal mind by shinigami-el Convergence by Drecksen sketchbookiness 1 by wantonlemonade --VISIONS-- by Astral-Haze Vision by MeRuxi The Trap. by toto-2403 sunlionmandala by Arzamas
Doodling finds his part in design, when you still looking for ideas how to move on with your draft. But most of the time it is done when you are bored and want to kill time. Magnus Muhr gave dead flies life when he doodled around them, and they are so funny. Enjoy Visit Magnus Muhrs portfolio on here http://www.muhrfoto.se/ . He is a talented artist. Check him out.
I've been a big fan of Chris's work for a while now ever since the beginning of his election doodles. He became enraged by McCain and Palin's antics and satirized it in his work. His taste for lettering and typefaces never ceases to amaze me and I always look forward to his next creations. Here I gathered some of my favorite election doodles of his, and I also included some of his post-election work towards the end. Hope you guys enjoy them as much I do! Almost a year ago I decided to start drawing everyday. I went out and bought a shiny new moleskine notebook and some brand new sharpies to keep myself motivated. As soon I finished my first drawing I snapped a photo and posted it on my blog. At first I was hesitant to call them "Daily Drawings" as I didn't want to start something I couldn't keep up with (see webcomics I tried to make when I was in Art School). Early on I started drawing type and text as a necessity because I was struggling to come up with things to draw. At the beginning of the year I became consumed with the Presidential election. I spent countless hours listening to the news and reading articles. This series of drawings documents my account of the 2008 Presidential election. As always, if you have any images that you took or maybe some cool pictures you've come across and you'd like to share with us, please drop me a line on Twitter and/or Facebook. I'd love to hear from you! 2008 Election Misc.