A quick note about Doodlesplatter: In my daily postings about art, toys, design and culture on ToyCyte, I found myself blogging about Jon Burgerman more than any other artist. A t-shirt here, a skateboard there, but certainly something every single week. I became very interested in the variety of “canvases” open to today’s artists, and I began to dig around. Whether you’re sick on a plane (airplane vomit bag) or stuck in the rain (umbrella collab with SIZE?), Jon’s doodles are there to cheer you. I find this very inspiring and happy-making. The more I searched (Jon called it an “e-dig”), the more I found. This site is meant to complement Jon’s other sites as a “blogography” or archive from a fan’s perspective. It also functions as a glimpse into what’s possible for artists who want to go beyond the easel and a conceptual/performance art project/challenge of my own to see if I can write something vaguely interesting to accompany Jon’s art on an almost daily routine.