For the past four years, Ben Rubin has been making good use of his subway time. Whenever he’s underground, he snaps pics of his fellow riders — and then digitally draws fantastical animals into the frame.
Lim Heng Swee is Malaysia-based illustrator and graphic designer who creates adorable pun illustrations that encourage you to look on the bright side of life. In his art, everyday objects become cheerful little characters that make playful puns and observations … Read More
Kerby Rosanes incredibly detailed illustrations give us a peek into his brilliant imagination. Each doodle looks amazing from afar, but the closer you get, the more the playful details are revealed. Using just a black ink pen on white paper, he … Read More
Manically Detailed Sketches and Doodles by Mattias Adolfsson. Exploring sketches and artworks by freelance illustrator Mattias Adolfsson is an exercise in discoverey with a twist of insanity. The pieces are almost impossible to take in all at once, and represent … Read More
“Cartoonbombing”: Doodles Cleverly Interact with their Environment. Here is the “Cartoonbombing” or when the French illustrator and art director Troqman, based in Amsterdam, is having fun inserting his creations into reality thanks to his sketchbook and his Instagram pictures. These amusing illustrations make sense … Read More
Crazy Colorful Character Doodles by Monocat. Cartoonist and doodler Paul Schroeder aka Monocat always doodled… this is more an experiment doodling on the computer. Even though it may look like a mishmash of unrelated doodles, there’s a cool chemistry between … Read More