Moody Animal Puns That Will Remind You That It’s OK To Be Sad

Lim Heng Swee is a Malaysian illustrator and graphic designer who aims to make people smile more in their everyday lives. For his latest project, he created a series of moody animals to show that sometimes it’s okay to be sad. Continue reading »

These Doodles Explain Why Every Millennial Is Having A Tough Time Growing Up

Clare Kayden Hines is an illustrator who’s managed to nail our struggles perfectly. These amazing illustrations describe the life of us millennials right to the T. Continue reading »

This Comic Artist Fulfills Fans Requests In Witty Doodles That Will Brighten Your Day

Belarus-based Chilik has some clever ideas up his sleeve. Rather than spoon-feed you with straightforward entertainment, this illustrator will stir up your thoughts before leaving a smile plastered on your face. Continue reading »

Artistic Animal Doodles By Rohan Sharad Dahotre

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According to artist Rohan Sharad Dahotre: “My love for Animals and birds in the form of doodle. Animal Doodles is a series of different animal, bird images I found on Google and doodled my imagination on them. One can find so many different patterns and textures in nature and especially on flora and fauna. This project celebrates animals and birds in all their glory by bringing out they beauty of their characteristics, behavior, colors and textures with doodles.” Continue reading »

Watch This Artist Draw Doodles To Promote His Favourite Makers In A fun And Creative Way

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According to illustrator Charly Clements: “I’m an English illustrator Charly Clements who sees faces on objects everywhere I go. Armed with my iPad Pro, I’m on a quest to help promote my favourite makers on Instagram in a fun and creative way. Real Life Lines is all about putting ordinary objects into everyday scenarios, exposing them to the pain, distress, and struggles of everyday life.” Continue reading »

Artists Continue To Recreate Kids’ Monster Doodles In Their Unique Styles

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There’s nothing more powerful than a child’s imagination. At least, that’s what the artists at The Monster Project (previously) believe. The initiative sees artists transform children’s drawings in to life-like monsters. And the end result gives a rare insight in to the imaginations of children. Continue reading »

Incredibly Unique Shadow Doodles By Vincent Bal

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Earlier this year, Belgian film-maker and artist Vincent Bal stumbled upon an uncanny resemblance to an elephant in the shadow of his tea cup. This gave him the idea for Shadowology, a series of doodles that interact with the shadows of simple, everyday objects: a banknote, some ice cubes and a flower, for example, can turn into a church, a woman and a hippy. Continue reading »

Subway Doodles Bring New Life To New York

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If you’re riding the subway between Brooklyn and Manhattan, there’s a chance you could become the subject of some very entertaining artwork. Ben Rubin, who runs a creative marketing studio called The Mint Farm, has been keeping himself and his social media followers entertained with a series of sketches created during his commute. Continue reading »

Instead Of Selfies, A Couple Draws Doodles To Document Their Journey

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A creative couple decided to replace selfies with some adorable doodles to document their journey in a different way. She loves to doodle, he loves to take pictures. Voila! Doodledeux was created. Doodle according to free dictionary means “to draw or sketch something aimlessly”. Deux in French means “two” or it can also mean “about them”. So doodledeux is our personal project where we share our story as a couple with a little help from our caricatures, let’s just call them Abang and Neng. Continue reading »

This Girl Doodles Adorable Comics To Shed Light On Introverts And Their Daily Struggles

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Being an introvert herself, Marzi knows what she’s talking about when she creates her Introvert Doodles. Her goal is to show other people who also have this kind of personality that there’s absolutely nothing wrong with them. Continue reading »

Mom Turns Her 3-Year-Old’s Doodles Into Paintings

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A little over a year ago, Ruth Oosterman wrote on Bored Panda (also published on Design You Trust) about how she collaborates with with Eve, her two-year-old daughter, to create beautiful works of art. Now, the Toronto-based Canadian artist is back with new paintings. How does this creative duo go about creating their work? Eve, who’s now 3, uses a felt-tip pen to doodle on a piece of paper; then Ruth adds paint to finish the piece. Continue reading »

New Mom Doodles On Baby’s Portraits

Artist Amber Wheeler of Minneapolis, Minn., has given her 2-month-old boy just that. All she used was some Photoshop and well-timed photos. Using simple black lines – much like the ones in this series of cat Instagram portraits – Wheeler transformed her son into an astronaut, a superhero, and a cowboy without spending one dollar on costumes. Continue reading »