25 Creative Examples Of Doodle Art


A doodle is a rough sketch which is made when a person is not paying attention to the work he is supposed to. Doodles and their creativity totally depend upon the mental thoughts of a person while he/she is passing the time. These drawings can be some abstract shapes of can have some meaning as well. Doodle art is mainly seen on the notebook of school students while they don’t want to hear the lecture.

Doodling now days has become synonymous with the day-dreaming. Have you ever stood guilty of doodling in the lectures or meetings? At a first glance, doodling seems a negative practice because it is actually distracting you from the basic activity. Doodling makes you pay no attention on something that you are supposed to be focusing on, just because it’s boring. As a result of this, you miss a lot of important things that you must have noted down of a lecture or a meeting which leaves you with a regret of not paying attention to the thing.

But there is also a positive side of doodling. When we doodle something, we are actually doing it semi-consciously. And this is where we show our most creative abilities.

With the advancement in technology, everything has become easy to design and draw, but pen and paper are still the first choice of many artists or illustrators. Doodle art is a really interesting and creative form of art that is totally based on the thoughts of a person.

In this post, I have gathered some of the amazing and unique examples of doodle art from around the web. Some of these examples will blow your mind with their creativity. If you are looking forward to add some doodle art to your design then you can pick out some help with these examples. Don’t forget to mention comments at the end if you really like it.

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Arfa is a freelance writer. Her interests include technology, social networking, music, and design and she likes to cover stories related to them.

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