Incredible Moleskine Art Tells Magnificent Stories


Not since Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes have I seen such amazing art created on a Moleskine. Using just pencil and pen, 20-year-old artist Gabriel Picolo creates magnificent drawings that tell intriguing stories. His works pull you in, making you not only pay attention to the level of detail but each overall story. Where does he come up with his concepts? “I take inspiration from movies or series that I watch,” he writes on his Facebook page. “Tumblr, Pinterest and DeviantART are valuable sources of inspiration online.”

For 2014, the Brazil-based artist is attempting to make one drawing a day. You can follow his work on his Facebook page, 365 Days of Doodles, or his Instagram.














Gabriel Picolo’s Facebook and Instagram
via [Doodlers Anonymous]



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