A 28-year-old artist named Sam Cox realized his dream by shrouding his house in doodles. Sam Cox who says that it has been his dream to create a doodle house since he was 15 years old, is called Mr. Doodle.
He announced on social media that he started to doodle his £1.35 million worth house, and his video has been watched over 20 million times. This unorthodox way of shrouding the house with doodles separated the people into two: the ones who are willing to live in a doodle house and the ones who hate the idea.
The famous 12-room doodle house is in Kent, the United Kingdom. In order to cover the inside and outside of the house, Mr. Doodle used 900 liters of white paint, 286 bottles of black paint, 401 cans of black color spray paint, and 2.296 pen nibs.
Mr. Doodle filled every inch of his doodle house with animals, different shapes and patterns. Doodled corners of the house are not limited to walls, floors, and ceilings; even bedsheets, plates, and towels are doodled. It is better to mention that Mr. Doodle did not draw random shapes on the items. He specified a theme for each place and drew shapes accordingly. For example, in the kitchen, you will see food shapes like hamburgers, while in the study room, cloud shapes are seen. The result is pretty impressive, and the house is now considered as a monumental structure by the modern art authorities.
For some, the house is one of the most satisfying places to look at. Sam Cox, or Mr. Doodle, lives with his wife; however, according to recent reports, the couple has plans to move to another house. The reason why they decided to move is not known yet.