Bargain Sketches: Black Friday Madness Illustrated with Piccles

Jon Zajac
Jon Zajac

Jon is Cofounder & Chief Product Officer at Piccles

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The Thrills of Black Friday

Black Friday marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season and is synonymous with unbeatable deals and discounts. Following Thanksgiving, Black Friday is a day when gratitude transitions into excitement and savvy shopping. While it's traditionally known for early-morning queues and the rush to snag deals in brick-and-mortar stores, it's increasingly celebrated online with digital doorbusters. Amidst this bustling holiday, we experience a rush of adrenaline, the joy of finding the perfect deal, and sometimes, the magic of starting new traditions.

Introduce a Twist to Black Friday with Piccles

This Black Friday, introduce a creative twist to your celebration with Piccles. As a fun and interactive digital tool, Piccles offers a break from the usual hustle and dash of shopping with a chance for people to relax, laugh, and connect through drawing. It's not just about buying; it's about sharing moments. With Piccles, everyone can come together to create and share delightfully unique digital art, capturing the spirit of the holiday in every stroke, regardless of their artistic skills.

Black Friday Memories Made with Piccles

Elevate your Black Friday experience by incorporating Piccles into the day's festivities. Create a digital gallery of hand-drawn shopping wish lists, or collaborate on a canvas illustrating the funniest Black Friday experiences. Companies can engage customers by inviting them to draw what they're most excited to purchase. Friends and families can bond by drawing what they're thankful for, keeping the Thanksgiving spirit alive. Piccles allows you to make and share memories in an innovative and enjoyable way, establishing a new and heartwarming tradition for Black Fridays to come.

Certified fresh Piccles prompts

  1. Black Friday Shopping Memories: People can share their craziest Black Friday shopping experiences through drawings, allowing them to connect over shared struggles and triumphs.
  2. Draw Your Dream Deal: People can visualize the deal or item they most hope to find on Black Friday, which could provide insights into consumer desires for retailers.
  3. The 'Before and After' Illustrations: People can depict themselves before and after Black Friday shopping, showcasing the transformation and sometimes humorous results of the day.
  4. Black Friday Bingo: Create a Bingo board with common Black Friday experiences where people can draw what they have seen or encountered, adding fun and competition to the day.
  5. Price Slash Sketches: Encourage people to draw the most impressive discount they've seen, promoting discussion and engagement around the best deals.
  6. Wish List Portraits: People can illustrate items they wish to purchase on Black Friday, which can be shared as a light-hearted way to drop hints to friends and family.
  7. Black Friday Mood Meter: People can draw their mood related to Black Friday, allowing for an emotional check-in that can reveal the psychological impact of the day.
  8. Survival Kit Design: Illustrate what would be in a Black Friday survival kit, providing both humor and potential product ideas for retailers.
  9. Ultimate Sale Showdown: People can draw two items facing off that they're deciding between, helping to visualize their decision-making process.
  10. Retail Therapy Session: Draw what retail therapy looks like to each person, opening up conversations about consumer habits and self-care.
  11. Personal Shopper Doodles: Imagine what a personal shopper would look like on Black Friday and draw them, potentially leading to discussions about the value of such a service.
  12. Budget vs. Reality: People can draw their intended budget alongside their actual spendings, offering a humorous and relatable reflection on self-discipline and temptation.
  13. The Checkout Line Chronicles: Share drawings of funny or interesting experiences while waiting in checkout lines, providing entertainment and camaraderie.
  14. Door Buster Comics: Create a series of comic strip panels about the experience of grabbing door buster deals, highlighting the energy and chaos of the moment.
  15. Parking Lot Pandemonium: Draw the adventure of finding a parking spot on Black Friday, allowing for shared laughs over a commonly frustrating experience.
  16. Product Versus Reality: Draw what was expected vs. what was actually bought, underscoring the reality check of Black Friday advertising versus the actual products.
  17. Rewarding Rest: Illustrate the ideal way to relax after a long day of Black Friday shopping, encouraging people to think about self-care.
  18. Black Friday Fashionistas: Draw the outfit planned for a day of deal-hunting, showing off Black Friday style and potentially highlighting comfortable yet practical fashion.
  19. Early Bird Gets the Worm: Depict the experience of waking up early for Black Friday deals, resonating with those who sacrifice sleep for savings.
  20. Tech Treasure Trove: Draw the tech gadgets you're hoping to score on Black Friday, fueling anticipation and product interest.
  21. Gift Giving Goals: Illustrate the types of gifts people are hunting for, providing ideas and inspiration for others.
  22. Snack Attack Sketch: Draw the essential snacks for Black Friday shopping endurance, sharing ideas for quick energy boosts.
  23. Caffeine Chronicles: Depict the reliance on coffee or energy drinks to power through Black Friday shopping, offering a humorous take on the need for stamina.
  24. The Impulse Buy Game: Draw your most surprising impulse purchase, sparking conversations about spontaneous buying and how to manage it.
  25. Family Shopping Team Strategy: Illustrate your family or friends' strategy going into Black Friday, creating a game plan and adding humor to the tactical approach of shopping in groups.