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The Art of Doodling: Cocteau, Warhol and Twain

The Paris Review has an excerpt from the book Scrawl: an A to Z of Famous Doodles by Todd Strauss-Schulson, Caren Strauss-Schulson, and Claudia Strauss-Schulson which looks into the legendary “doodle” collection of their father.

From the piece:

Over the course of his career, he (David Schulson) amassed arguably the most impressive private collection of drawings, scribbles, and autographs in the world.

A sketch from Queen Victoria. Not to be confused with Pab Sugenis’s “The New Adventures of Queen Victoria.” 

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#1 Paul Berge
@ 11:30 am

Does anyone else think that the Tennessee Williams doodle at the link appears to have been drawn not with a paintbrush but with magic marker?

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