The Scribble Project

Lisa Currie is the author of the blog: The Scribble Project. For seven years now she has curated the “scribbles” of some of her favorite illustrators and now receives submissions from around the world. She developed an original template that is the foundation for each doodle.  She just released a book: The Scribble Diary: My Brain Right Now, which is full of drawing inspiration, with a similar “fill in the blank” feel. Keep reading to see some of our favorites…

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  • Yina Kim 1 of 10
    Yina Kim
    Illustrator Yina Kim shows us her scribble. Love her use of color.
    See it here.
  • Elsie Larson 2 of 10
    Elsie Larson
    Blogger Elsie Larson contributed with her sketch. I always love her personal style.
    See it here.
  • Amelia Herbertson 3 of 10
    Amelia Herbertson
    This is one of my favorites! Who didn't love the original 90210?
    See more here.
  • Caitlyn Shearer 4 of 10
    Caitlyn Shearer
    Sweet and simple illustrations. Her thoughts on growing up are priceless.
    See it here.
  • Emma 5 of 10
    Emma
    Love these bathing beauties. See it here.
  • Keitii 6 of 10
    Keitii
    Love the extra effort of the border and the tiny drawings.
    See it here.
  • Lisa Davies 7 of 10
    Lisa Davies
    The scanned natural elements are such a nice touch to her simple doodles. Lisa is from the UK.
    See it here.
  • Marloes de Vries 8 of 10
    Marloes de Vries
    Straight from the Netherlands. These simple drawings make me smile.
    See more here.
  • Megan Isabella 9 of 10
    Megan Isabella
    These retro diner-esque illustrations are awesome. Kind of makes me want a sundae.
    See it here.
  • Zana Moreas 10 of 10
    Zana Moreas
    Graphic designer and Illustrator from Portugal. I love her "can't see a thing" doodle!
    See more of the blog.
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