Illustrator Jon Burgerman may be renowned for his characterful hand-drawn doodles, but is followed by tens of thousands for his utterly brilliant Instagram account. Doodling on photos and using the medium of Stories for animation experiments, he brings character and silliness to day-to-day scenarios in remarkable ways.
For Nicer Tuesdays he hopped over from his NYC studio to tell us more about his work and process. Kicking off with a high-speed introduction to himself, the “power of doodles” and other ridiculous things along the way (poodles, strudel etc.), and showing hilarious insight to his creative approach, this talk cannot be missed.
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