Daily Doodles

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This Monday, I’m inspired by the daily doodle project of local illustrator Lim Swee Heng. They’re really pretty to be doodles really — they count as complete illustration works on their own; and I like that they each seem to convey a story or a message.

You can head over to his shop where he’s listed a few of his designs on t-shirts. And if you think that his illustrations look really familiar, you might have seen a few of his shirts over at Threadless — quite a number of his designs made the cut for production!


Sorry that I left you all in the lurch last week when I didn’t turn up for my Friday post here on the blog! As you may heard from my Twitter feed, I’ve been a little busy cleaning the house and making preparations for Chinese New Year that’s happening on Thursday. Couple that with in-laws visiting the whole of last week, you can imagine the chaos in my house and yours truly trying to hold it all together!

I’ll be taking a short break sometime this week, but not to worry — I’m way better prepared this time: I’ve already lined up a few eye-candy posts to tide you all over when I’m away! 🙂

5 Replies to “Daily Doodles”

  1. Jacqui says:

    I agree! Far too pretty and charming to be doodles!

  2. Tati says:

    Doodles? Look like illustrations to me… 😛
    Well, they’re cute! Love the suicide prism!


  3. NATALIA says:

    Genial!! Og!! Each day one sorprise!!!
    What blog so creative!! Congratulations
    I like so much. Very original.
    Kisses from Madrid

  4. Amma says:

    I wonder what mundane, everyday occurrence sparked each of these quirky little illustrations.

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