365 Days of Doodles by Gabriel Picolo

 
This project is my greatest attempt to stop procrastination: I must draw 1 doodle for each day of 2014.

 

Day #116: Sail MeDay #116: Sail Me

“A  ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.” – William Shedd

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#119 darkest places Day #119: Darkest Places

“You shouldn’t fear what lies below. It’s just bones.”

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#121 heavy rainDay #121: Heavy Rain

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#127 time fliesDay#127: Time Flies

“Yesterday is gone. We have only today. Let us begin.”

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#149 storm in a teacupDay# 149: Storm in a Teacup

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#154 weight of the worldDay# 154: The Weight of the World

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#155 freeDay# 155: Free

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#161 leftoversDay #161: Leftovers

 

 

 

Gabriel Picolo is 20 years old, and he lives in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where he was born and raised. He’s graduating with a degree in Graphic Design and is currently working on the 365 Days of Doodles project. To see the rest of his doodles and to follow his progress, visit his online pages: DeviantArt, Facebook, Instagram.

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