Sunday, March 29, 2020

Complimentary Coloring Book from Christopher Blosser


These are probably not the prettiest or most practical, high-resolution black and white renderings of my doodlings -- but hey, when you’re “sheltering at home”, whatever works, right?

So should you wish to pass the time, and exercise your own personal creativity bringing these to vibrant colorful LIFE of their own, do enjoy this Complimentary Coloring Book of Christopher's Doodlings. (I particularly recommend colored pencils or fine-tipped watercolor markers).

Download is free. If you wish to make a donation to myself and family, you can do so via Zelle at (I’m also on PayPal).

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Tuesday, May 8, 2018

"Adventure Awaits"

Done in participation with the Kew Gardens: A Place Where Art Has a Home" project featuring "Images of Everyday Life in Kew Gardens" -- highlighting the talents of local artists in Kew Gardens, Queens NY. The drawing is currently displayed at Austin Ale House until June 11th, after which point it'll take up permanent residence in the Kew & Willow Bookshop.

Kew and Willow Books -- a community-funded bookstore that opened this past December -- was a natural choice of topic for me given my (nearly weekly) patronage and support. Check out this interview with two of the booksellers on how they brought an indie bookstore to life after a successful Kickstarter campaign. If you're in the neighborhood I highly recommend a visit!

Wednesday, March 23, 2016


"Wind" - Quick doodling with Crayola on paper tablecloth. 3/20/16.
(Click to Zoom In).

Wednesday, December 23, 2015


Quick drawing for my son, who insisted if I drew a bad dude like Vader then I should draw a Yoda for him. Black and white; color overlay added via Photoshop.

Hippie Vader

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Kew Gardens Sidewalk Art

Some more chalk drawings I did for the Kew Gardens community art fair. Got a free box of pastels and an invitation to decorate the sidewalks in front of some businesses (along with about a dozen others). None of the drawings were planned in advance, just what came to me at the moment. Enjoy!