The unusual “Freezer Fridays” doodle album by Charlie Layton
A person’s area of expertise inevitably influences everything he or she does as well as the way that person perceives life in general. It influences the daily rituals and sometimes it may even lead to something that might seem simple to you but totally spectacular to everyone else. For example, let’s imagine what a freelance designer and illustrator might do on a Friday morning.
He could wake up and enjoy a cup of coffee while reading the news on his phone like most people do but this wouldn’t make him stand out. If that designer would be Charlie Layton, on the other hand, then each Friday would be a “Freezer Friday”. That’s because it’s the day when he doodles on his fridge with a dry erase marker. Each week comes with a different idea and image.
The illustrator decided to share his creations with his friends so he created an album he called “Freezer Fridays” and posted it on Facebook. But the images were just too cool to stay there so they became a popular subject on the internet. The album contains a series of fun black and white doodles, each attacking a different subject, probably influenced by the artist’s experience over the week. He creates these every Friday, usually over coffee. It takes him about 20 to 30 minutes to complete one and they are all amazing. It’s definitely a very fun and original way to add some dynamism to your kitchen and to spice up the décor. Of course, you would first of all need talent to do that.