How many of us stand guilty of doodling during meetings or lectures? Doodling has become synomous with day-dreaming as depicted by the media in movies, TV shows and even cartoons. At first glance, it does seem that doodling has a negative connotation equating to being distracted from the main activity at hand. You aren’t paying attention on what you’re supposed to be focused on, because it bores you. As a result, you miss out details of the meeting or lecture and eventually regrets not paying attention to it. But there’s a plus side to doodling: when we doodle, we do it semi-consciously. This subconsciousness is how we actually access our most creative self and come up with brilliant ideas for even our most troubling problems.

As you shall see in the following 26 awesome doodles, creativity knows no boundaries with doodlers. Doodling has gotten so popular that some has come to terms with it as doodle art. It’s about time we recognize the unlimited creativity that doodling has access to, I would say.


Imagine (Image Credit: Lei Melendres)


Got Nothing Else To Do (Image Credit: Lei Melendres)


I Am Leight (Image Credit: Lei Melendres)


Awesome (Image Credit: Lei Melendres)


Make-Me-STFU (Image Credit: Lei Melendres)


Happy Valentine’s (Image Credit: Lei Melendres)


Photographer’s Doodle (Image Credit: Lei Melendres)


Doodle Monsters (Image Credit: Lei Melendres)


Smile (Image Credit: Matheus)

The Lovebirds (Image Credit: Uberkraaft)


Kaboom!!! (Image Credit: Richard)


Pink Doodle (Image Credit: Dingbat23)


Easel Canvas (Image Credit: Shiela Arcos Armeña)


A Is For Artist (Image Credit: Aubrey Tumbokon)


Must Get Out (Image Credit: Ariel Rivera Bugay)


Alyanna (Image Credit: Ariel Rivera Bugay)


Copains (Image Credit: McBess)


Inkygoodness (Image Credit: McBess)


Nobrow4 (Image Credit: McBess)


Think Positive (Image Credit: Irvin Ranada)


Wuwi Crew (Image Credit: SILO)


The Cool Kids (Image Credit: Richard Kuoch)


Love (Image Credit: Ariel Rivera Bugay)