THE SCIENCE OF PICCLES
It feels good, now find out why.
Drawing anonymously is a safe method for processing emotions converting negative feelings into neutral balance without judgement
Drawing promotes well-being by calming your mind and lowering anxiety. It also improves concentration and helps with focus.
Drawing is known to be the most accessible way of helping the mind relax so you can reduce stress, spark fresh ideas and solve problems.
Creating a container to experiment and fail together while laughing about our fat fingers and fugly drawings.
When overwhelmed, just 5 minutes of drawing will help you refresh, recharge and reset your thoughts to get back into flow.
26 of 44 American Presidents doodled, from Theodore Roosevelt, who doodled animals and children, to Ronald Reagan, who doodled cowboys and football players, and John F. Kennedy, who doodled dominoes.
In one of the most stressful jobs, read how drawing helped them deal with it HERE.
Those that doodled were better at paying attention to the message and recalling the details. They recalled 29% more information!
Each brain is wired a little differently. Visual communication can allow for people with ADHD, Autism and speech impediments to participate in a way they feel comfortable
Red means anger, but it can also mean love. By examining the colors used, we can learn about the emotional state of the creator.
Organic or angular - the shape of ones drawing can be analyzed to understand how peaceful or anxious they might be.
From a tiny heart to a big bursting one, how a drawing fills up the page reveals unspoken insight into the feeling behind it.
Intentionally designed without bells and whistles, Piccles raw functionality makes room for authentic expression to happen.
No overthinking. No masterpieces. No mistakes.