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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Doodle as you Drink

We really are feeling this concept. Stripped of its color, the DoodleBar has been whitewashed making it a blank canvass for anyone to leave their mark. The employees play a key component in this interactive interior.

“The waiters will be wearing white jeans and shirts,” says Jules Cocke of filmmakers Squint/Opera, who along with illustrator Serge Seidlitz, came up with the idea for the bar. “You can doodle anywhere you want on their clothes. It’s up to the waiters where they draw the line.”


posted by Oberholtzer Creative Staff at 5:13 pm  


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