Doodle Man covers Norwich art gallery walls and floor with amazing drawings

Doodle Man Sam Cox completes his 48 hour charity fundraiser at the Moosey Art, Bridewell Alley, Nor

Doodle Man Sam Cox completes his 48 hour charity fundraiser at the Moosey Art, Bridewell Alley, Norwich.PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY - Credit: SIMON FINLAY

It was a 48-hour challenge for charity which drew praise from all who saw it.

Self-styled 'Doodle Man' Sam Cox spent two tireless days covering the walls and floors of the Moosey Art Gallery on Bridewell Alley in Norwich with his distinctive drawings.

The 22-year old, from Kent, worked in black and white for the project, drawing objects and images including arrows, skeletons, cars, snakes, buildings, crocodiles, hearts, cats, astronauts and walking eyeballs.

His efforts started at noon on Friday, and came to an end yesterday.

Mark Godfrey and his wife Wendy saw the finished artwork as they were passing by the gallery.


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Mr Godfrey, who is originally from Great Yarmouth but now lives in Houston in the US, said he was impressed.

He said: 'It's very striking. It gives the shop an amazing depth. Everything is in scale as well.

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'There's a consistent theme but it's still quite random. I wish I had the talent.'

Mrs Godfrey said: 'It's amazing, but the part I really like about it is that he is doing it for the children's charity.'

The finished doodle will now be taken down and cut into A3 sections, which will be sold for £10 each, with all proceeds going to World Child Cancer.

For more info email frazer@mooseyart.co.uk

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