Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 17, 2014
We have shown Sagaki Keita's work several times before and are continually impressed. Her latest series of doodles, a collection of her 2013 work, is as enjoyable as always.
Street Art // Friday, October 04, 2013
The Sheboygan Project in Sheboygan, Wisconsin intends to connect artists with available wall space and resources to create unique site-specific works. Doodles recently participated, painting a long wall will with beautiful imagery and packed with detail that includes fish, trains, canoes, boats, and so more.
Street Art // Tuesday, August 13, 2013
A lengthy corrugated fence received a makeover job packed full of color and detail from artists Dan Bortz (J Because) and Nick Mann (Doodles). A variety of faces, eyeballs, geometric patterns, and the words “We all have a calling” now cover the facade of the once beige fence.
Juxtapoz // Monday, May 13, 2013
A Redditor recently came across a pretty impressive Styrofoam cup doodle. The cup was left behind at a car dealership in Norman, Oklahoma and is covered in intricate doodles, inside and out. Patterns, text, characters, and cartoon character from The Simpsons, Smurfs, Dilbert, and Beetle Bailey appear on the cup and the inner rim reads: "If you look deep within a piece of art you will find a piece of its creator."
Street Art // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Organized by artists, Yote and Jetsonorama, The Painted Desert Project invited several artists to visit the Navajo country region of Northern Nevada to meet local residents and create murals. Learning of local customs, history, and tradition, the work created here references much of the culture specific to this area. Artists we post about frequently including Overunder, Doodles, and Labrona participated in creating painitngs.
Street Art // Sunday, June 10, 2012
One of Doodles ornate monikers was spotted on the side of a oil tanker in the train yard. This one has a wonderful abstract environment inside the figures body.
Street Art // Thursday, April 26, 2012
Doodles just sent over some process and completed photos of the wall he worked on for the Open Walls Baltimore project that is going on through the end of May. As the artist explained, “This piece is about the Earth being healed. Healed from the wound that civilization has created through industrialized practices. In the center of the earthen hands is a city on fire. The hands of the cosmos are extinguishing the fire/ healing the wounded earth.”
Street Art // Monday, March 26, 2012
Street muralist, Doodles and Luke Ramsey, who is a co-founder of the wonderful artist Residency Islands Fold, collaborated on this classic abandoned van that was left to rust in the woods.
Street Art // Thursday, March 22, 2012
The artist whose chosen street name is a word I often like to say due to its humorous tone is responsible for this creative streak. His name is Doodles and he’s most likely roaming around the country as we speak.
Street Art // Tuesday, February 14, 2012
We have posted several of Oakland-based artist, Doodles, outdoor works previously here. Over the weekend, the artist participated in a 4-person group show at Old Crow Tattoo and our friends over at Theflopbox had some photos of the show for us to snag.