Some people look out a window and think of what might be.
For Garrett Miller, that means ‘window graffiti.’
Garrett is a Washington DC-based photographer, developer and designer. He’s also the artist behind the Windoodles project on Tumblr.
That’s right — Windoodles, Garrett’s collection of window art that he describes as a combination of ‘dry-erase markers and joy.’
It is certainly filled with whimsy.
They look like fun to do, too. I can’t think of a more perfect way to spend a rainy Sunday. Or a boring day at work. Or anytime the outside world holds more inspiration than the tasks you have before you.
I’m sure that’s where Windoodles were born — Garrett just goofing off. But I look at them and think of all the practical applications they could have.
They would be a great way to brainstorm new concepts. Or a fun activity for kids of all ages. And what a creative and inexpensive decoration for any window (if you can draw, that is).
Way to go, Garrett — your ‘joy’ is pure genius.