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Project: Doodle "Solitude in the City" Winner Announced


We're happy to announce the winner of our first Doodle project. It was an incredible honor and pleasure to see everyone's sketches come in and making a final decision was not easy.


Our winner for this month, Chris Moores, clearly has a talent for illustration (above) and used his skills to represent the fusion of technology, urban landscapes, and discovery. In our humble opinion, Chris did a fantastic job; he clearly has a passion for doodling.

Chris will receive a GOOD T-shirt and a gift subscription.

Part of our goal with this ongoing project is to highlight the work of many different doodlers. The top 10 runners-up are below. Please scroll down and enjoy!

By Yuki Nakanishi


By John Barr


By Josh Copeland


By Cathi Martinez


By Carlos Rubin


By Marco Giannini



By Yannell Rodriguez


By Nurit Pazner


By Scott Burroughs



By Anna Lena Schiller


Thanks to everyone who participated. We'll be launching our second Doodles project, with a new theme, in about one week. For suggestions on themes/topics for upcoming Doodles please tweet @LenKendall.

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