Doodles at The Kiosk – for charity!
It’s NATIONAL DOODLE DAY tomorrow! What a wonderful national celebration – all in aid of the Epilepsy Action charity. Doodling is fab, because even if you’re not the finest artist in the universe, you can still do a very brilliant doodle. And, it helps pass the time in life’s less-interesting scenarios too. (Afterall, who HASN’T drawn a masterpiece or three whilst on hold on the phone to a Very Dull Call Centre?)
So we’ve decided to celebrate the day of the doodle too. All day at The Kiosk at the Park, there will be paper, pens, and space on the doodle doors. (That’s just the regular door of the Kiosk, by the way.) If you, your child, your dog or your arty friend want to pop by and draw a doodle, we’ll stick it to out doodle doors. We’ll even pick a winner! If you do draw a doodle, we’ll ask that you leave a doodle donation in the pot, which we’ll send off to Epilepsy Action.
If you can’t make it to the Kiosk – you can still join in. There are forms available to download on the website here, which you can send off with a donation to be entered into the National Doodle Day competition! – You could even win your doodle made into a cuddly reality by Lucy Moose!
And National Doodle Day is made even more delightful by the involvement of the legendary Lord Dodo,
manufacturer of the very finest Dodo Pads, eminently suitable for doodling!
If you need some inspiration, just look what local illustrator David Litchfield achieved when he did a drawing a day for a year.