DOODLE a cross between a doodle and a drool, and Roger Price was the master chief of DROODLES. “The Ultimate DROODLE Compendium The Absurdly Complete Collection of All the Classic Zany Creations of Roger Price” shows humorous drawings of everyday objects, such as a mended donut hole, a factory reject square tennis ball, unassembled sandpaper, and much more.
A one-of-a-kind collection of humor and history, Millennials and Baby Boomers alike are in for a treat with The Ultimate Droodles Compendium.
All it took was a few squiggles and a simple square and Roger Price created such clever drawings.
DROODLES were one of the greatest fades of the 1950’s and now DROODLES have made a comeback to the delight of a generation who could use a some laughs. If you’re new to Droodles then you should leaf through this book and see the clever and absurd artwork. (The book includes every published Droodle, some left over work in progress, and even Droodles used in various ad campaigns.)
Get your pencil out and begin your Droodles