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  • Writer's pictureGina Greenlee, Author

Play! Open Doodles

Coffee Doodle

“Open Doodles is a set of free illustrations that embraces the idea of Open Design,” writes artist Pablo Stanley at “You can copy, edit, remix, share, or redraw these images for any purpose without restriction under copyright or database law (CC0 license.)”


Why Open?

Stanley believes “that the knowledge behind our craft should not be kept behind gates but rather freely accessible to the world. By teaching and sharing our skills and best practices, we improve the community and increase the value of design. Openly sharing our work invites people to collaborate, tinker, learn from each other, and grow together.”

Doodle of Swing

“I feel in debt to all the designers, developers, and artists that have shared their work in the form of freebies, tutorials, brushes, templates, UI kits, and open-source code,” continues Stanley. “I’ve learned so much over the years from you giving me the freedom to build on top of your work. This is my way of giving back to that amazing community and to everyone else who’s starting their path.”

Doodle of Woman Jumping

“I offer my stuff for free because I know other people are equally eager to learn and are looking for guidance, anywhere they can. I hope that opening my work helps them grow, get better at their craft, and make their parents proud.”

Doodle Box


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