The freedom inherent in doodles is akin to the freedom of a child’s kindergarten painting: simple, direct and unencumbered innocence or savage honesty.
Each of these prints began as a distracted doodle of mine on a section of newspaper or a handy napkin, enlarged, printed and embellished around or upon while not destroying the spontaneity of the underlying pen-to-paper.

These prints were originally designed to be blown up to a minimum of 5 feet x 6 feet and larger and hung on a spacious wall or two (“Elephant” would be a minimum of 6 feet x 8feet). However, the shipping costs alone would be prohibitive to visitors to this site, so we’ve made accommodations.

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