1. Take a marker, add to the doodle.
2. Once you’re done drawing, pass the marker on to a new person
3. Introduce yourself — make a new friend!
— Erika Preval (@charmetiquette) July 31, 2015
I’m so drawn to the idea of the exquisite corpse games played by the surrealists like Marcel Duchamp and May Ray. It’s a group drawing. It’s collaborative—and it’s at its core a creative exercise. I love introducing people to this game who’ve never seen it before.
My favorite part about doing these projects is watching people totally warm up to the idea—”oh, I can’t draw!” they say. “I wouldn’t know what to draw!” It helps to give them an idea. “How about your coffee cup?” “how about your hat?” Once they start drawing, it’s often the people who were most nervous are the most excited afterwards.
Collaborative art love at #creativemorningsatl ! Per usual, I drew something ambiguous and abstract. Loved getting to see all the things people love about #atlanta! Thanks @weloveatl for an inspirational talk! #weloveatl A photo posted by Natalie & Tyler Jackson (@4cornersphoto) on