Yoon Chang, from Fashion123, suggested my next medium: ramen noodles! I thought it was fitting for Lunar New Year (I’m a bit behind on my posts).
My doodles were inspired by the noodles themselves. . .
Noodles look a bit like curly blonde hair
Or a squirrel’s fluffy tail
Or a solicitor’s wig
Or waves in the sea. The flavor packet resembled a sail on a boat, and it’s the Year of the Fire Monkey.
Week 4 : candy
This is a throwback to our Lollygadoodling gallery show last year, a term I coined for doodling with candy. Since it was nearly Valentine’s Day, I thought it was a perfect excuse to visit our neighborhood candy store (Little Dude’s favorite).
Little Dude joined me and contributed a couple — can you tell which ones?
Have we inspired you to try doodling with food yet? It’s actually a very popular medium, which I hope to feature in a future post!
Lolly gagging + doodling = a delectable drawing experiment. It was the first show incorporating objects into our art, inspired by Christoph’s gummy bears and Javier’s tortilla chipped-doodles. There’s lots of sweet sketching in this show, but tasty treats included Tom’s lolly-turned-bot-blast, Piper-Rose’s chocolate-kissed raccoon, and Allegra’s candy-covered balloons. Thanks to all our artists for sharing their work.
Congratulations to Hannah and Reuben (as well as Ally) for winning Taro Gomi’s books.
Next up: For our first show of 2015, it’s all about you! We’d love to see your Selfies!