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I see several movie pitches in this doodle from a 2007 intro to communication technology class. Let’s take a look:
There are definitely some weird proportions going on here. Might want to get that thumb checked out, buddy.
I found this drawing on a psychology-class handout detailing American Psychological Association ethics code. The group, founded in 1892, elected its first female…
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Rob and Dominick, the hobo and priest depicted in this 2003 freshman-composition-II doodle, are vampire hunters. In a somewhat marked…
Pictured: The PokerBot 5000®, the world’s first gambling robot.
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Here we have another music-appreciation doodle from spring 2008. This one depicts the wiley-yet-sluggish production of a mad…
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Thanks to the wonders of The Future™ (see patent number US6074736 A), we no longer have to worry about the horrors of the impenetrable…
Late in my high school career, it looked like everyone was getting a tattoo. In that time of self discovery, there seemed to be no better way to define yourself than to get a piece of artwork engraved in your skin.
Wilhelm de Landbouwer worked so hard to prepare for de Winter Dans, from changing his socks to hanging his cardigan outside to air out that Holstein smell. But all was lost when it came to his skinny tie; his hands were made for udders, not Windsors.
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This doodle, drawn in a notebook marked “Year End Inventory 1965,” depicts Bavilla Joe, a 37-year-old Yupik Eskimo.
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