Monthly Archives: July 2011

Sir Paul McCartney’s Doodle Withdrawn.

A set of doodles by Sir Paul McCartney have been withdrawn from sale at auction after a legal challenge over ownership. The doodles, which were designs for the unreleased film The Bruce McMouse Show, had been expected to fetch £25,000. … Continue reading

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John Lennon’s Doodle – Bonding with Sean.

John Lennon had a great talent for doodling. He used doodles to bond with his son Sean. When was the last time you doodled with a child, friend or partner? This is what Yoko said about Johns drawing: “I began … Continue reading

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Jo Natoli’s Awesome Doodle

Jo Natoli (former Sunshine Coast mayor) kindly doodled this for a DoodleJam celebrity fundraiser. “My Family at the Beach” is a very personal and colourful painting from Jo. We are very honoured to display it on www.doodlejam.com. Thanks Jo!

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Screeeeeeam!!! – I know how he feels!

This is one of my favourite doodles by Edvard Munch. Painted in 1893, The Scream is Munch’s most famous work and one of the most recognizable paintings in all art. It has been widely interpreted as representing the universal anxiety … Continue reading

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Weeping Women – A Picasso Doodle?

I was lucky enough to see Picasso’s original “Weeping Women” (1937) during a recent visit to the Tate Gallery in Liverpool. I’m sure Picasso would have loved to have painted at a DoodleJam sessions to music. I wonder what music … Continue reading

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