Tag Archives: doodle

Carl, the talking piece of cardboard, has had a great idea…

…it involves doodles, a bit of tracing paper or some cheese wrap and a lot of fun. Found it on boooooooooom, one of my favourite arty sites. Such a genius idea, I love it. Was screened at Pictoplasma last year.

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/34698421 w=700&h=390]

Draw and fold over

I still get a hankering for Picture Consequences. You might know it by a different name, but it’s the one you play when you draw a head on a piece of paper, fold it over and pass it on to your mate who draws neck down to belt, they pass it on to someone who does waist down to knees, etc.

Draw And Fold Over drags this old parlour game into the virtual world, but with a distinctly analogue feel. Pass your drawing on, share it on Facebook, all that jazz.

Procrastination: win.

UPDATE: Charlie Bayliss just put up a link to Postal Consequences, a website that uploads scans of beautiful snail mail versions of the game: http://www.postalconsequences.com/ – checkacheckacheckitouuuuut.