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Winner: Doodle "Something Good in the World"

We received hundreds of submissions for our latest doodle project. See the three winners and a selection of the best runners up.

Last month GOOD and Cole Haan partnered to challenge you all with the latest Doodle project, "Doodle Something Good in the World." Submissions ranged from very personal views on the world, to topical news that everyone could related to.

As a reminder, our panel of judges included me, members of GOOD's editorial department, and Cole Haan, and the group was tasked with picking the top three illustrations. All three winners were eligible to receive a GOOD T-Shirt and Cole Haan gift certificates ($500 for first prize, $250 for second, and $100 for third).

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We're happy to announce the winner of our second Doodle Project. Once again, we received some absolutely fantastic submissions and choosing a single winner was a challenge.

Our winner for this month, Timothy J. Reynolds, used a Moleskine as his canvas and used every corner to illustrate his day without technology (above). Like all excellent doodles, Timothy's piece is visually engaging yet loose and spontaneous, and provides the viewer with lots to look at. There are scattered phrases and thoughts, sketches of his surroundings, and lots of loose power plugs.

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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.

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