Subway Doodle is a multimedia artist known for his New York City-centric illustrations and his whimsical street art. His most recognized creations are his iconic blue monsters.
Subway Doodle’s work has been featured in major media outlets around the world, including Newsweek, Esquire, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, and Hi-Fructose.
Subway Doodle has collaborated with major brands; Shake Shack, Hyundai Cards, Hurley, Bloomingdale’s, and The American Music Awards.
Subway Doodle sold an animated show to Comedy Central. It never aired, but a new animated show based on his work is currently in development with an A-list comedian attached to executive produce and star.
Subway Doodle has worked with Dead & Company, Naughty By Nature, Doug E. Fresh, and created an animated spot starring Daniel Radcliffe.
Subway Doodle created windows for Bloomingdale’s flagship store in New York City, and painted the pulldown gates of the world-famous Nathan’s on the boardwalk of Coney Island.
Subway Doodle is also an accomplished writer, director, motion designer, editor, and creative director. He is the owner of The Mint Farm, a creative marketing studio in Brooklyn that produces short-form content for television and social media.
His work has been recognized with dozens of media industry awards and displayed at the Museum of the Moving Image.
Subway Doodle resides in Brooklyn, New York with a house full of monsters.
You can follow @SubwayDoodle on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.