This Artist Follow the Footsteps of His Inspirations to Produce Doodle Art

Creating symbolism rather than arbitrary shapes are some interesting things an artist can draw. A new set of artworks produced by Duc Luong features the peace sign and the...

Creating symbolism rather than arbitrary shapes are some interesting things an artist can draw. A new set of artworks produced by Duc Luong features the peace sign and the iconic shape of Vietnam. “These artworks are my most favorite because it creates different feelings and emotions while doing them, because it has great connection with the Vietnamese people,” he explains.

Just like other well-known doodlers, Duc is a character of perseverance who spends more time doodling on his sketch pad.

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Peace – Work in progress

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Peace – Final Artwork

Artwork titled Peace was illustrated with self-contradicting depictions of happiness, the finest things in life, suffering, tears, and death. It reasons out to make Earth a place where everyone gives love and kind to each other.

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Vietnam

Vietnam talks about the innovation process along with the Lac bird, a symbol carved in Vietnamese ancient bronze kettle drum. As a whole, the creative piece is about the unique aspects of Vietnam.

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Bonfire Heart

Duc usually works on A4 paper and moleskine sketchbook. He was even more delighted to spend more time adding details on his creative piece.

See more works from Duc:
— www.behance.net/adluong
— www.luongdoo.daportfolio.com

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Dibs Leaño is a professional writer, journalist, and managing editor of Doodle Arts. While not working as content manager, she prefers to play computer games, feed her cats, vandalize restroom walls, draw doodles for special occasions, whine for more and plan for world domination. Follow her on Instagram, @dibsidoodles.
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