Doodling is part of the daily grind. It helps us pass time when we are trapped in an environment whose discussion we don’t greatly enjoy. Arguably the most common doodling environments are in school or during work meetings.
Most office workers will use a Moleskine book to take notes at meetings. The pages are so conducive for doodling given that they are often without lines and the pages are nicely thick so that a black marker won’t bleed through. However, the extent of the drawings that most of us can manage to scribble into our Moleskines are basic at best.
Kerby Rosanes from the Philippines has taken this daily pastime to an entirely new level. See his works below.