Lizzie Mary Cullen’s 48 hour drawing challenge

And she’s off. At precisely 1.00 today illustrator Lizzie Mary Cullen embarked on a 48-hour drawing marathon.

Awaiting your tweets
Cullen in buoyant mood before sleep deprivation takes hold

With a wall at Base Creative’s London Studio as her canvas, Cullen will create a huge continuous illustrated story informed by a stream of Twitter contributions.

Awaiting your tweets
Awaiting your tweets

The Draw My Story project is based on the idea of fold over stories – the game where a piece of paper is passed around a circle, and written on, sentence by sentence, person to person. A hilarious/tedious narrative unfolds, depending on who you’re playing with.

Awaiting your tweets
Draw My Story

So, each tweet should be hash tagged #Drawmystory  and contribute a line or sentence to the story.  Send them towww.twitter.com/drawmystory

You can also track Lizzie’s progress or possible descent into narcoleptic oblivion here:

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  • Amanda November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    This is so great!!
    Can’t wait to see how it turns out!
    Good luck and I wish you several nice cups of coffee : )

  • Felix November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    This is amazing what you are doing Liz! Very much look forward to the work you are going to achieve in 25 hours time! lots of red bull of luck! 🙂

  • rebekah lock November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    What a fabulous idea! Looking forward to seeing what it looks like at the finish line.
    Good luck Lizzie and have fun!
    Buckets of respect, Becky :0)

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