Hey, thanks for checking out my blog!

I’m a Danish linguist and a self-taught doodle artist. I’ve been drawing and having fun with words as long as I can remember and I started this blog in 2015.

This site is on one my creative outlets, and I draw things from my everyday life or whatever pops in my head. Sometimes it’s about food (mainly bread!), fluffy animals or things inspired by the people I know or follow online.

If you’re new to the site, I can recommend checking out some of these posts:

My work routine is quite simple: I sketch my doodles quickly, on paper or digitally. And then I sometimes do some editing on my phone or computer to clean up the drawing.

The main purpose of the site is to entertain, and I appreciate comments. The doodles are the main thing, but when I have something to say, I write a couple of words to go along with them, for those of you who are wondering where I find inspiration.

All the drawings and texts are produced by me, except for that one time where my dad was a visiting artist.

If you enjoy the site and don’t want to miss any new doodles, you can follow Wordsanddoodlesblog on Instagram where I post all the drawings – or you can subscribe via the e-mail form in the sidebar.

Again, thanks for visiting! If you feel inspired, I’d recommend getting a pen and paper and start drawing something right away. Even if it’s just a little squiggly blob like the one I have as the icon for the site.

You’re welcome to use #wordsanddoodles if you create something inspired by my blog.

selvportræt jvn 2017

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