Artist Makes Imaginative Daily ‘Cloud Doodles’ To Spread A Universal Joy

During the first Covid-19 pandemic lockdown artist Chris Judge was enjoying a day outside with his family when he spotted some pink clouds in the sky that looked a lot like a monkey and a bear. So he took some photos of them and then doodled on the pictures before posting them on social media. He got such positive feedback online that he decided to do one a day and that’s how the “Daily Cloud” project began.

A Daily Cloud resonates with people around the world because everyone can identify with looking up into the sky and seeing shapes in clouds. It’s a universal joy.

The Dublin-based artist also gets pictures of clouds sent to him from his fans to draw on.

A dog in the sky.


A cute cat.




The project has become so popular Judge has spun them out into prints and calendars. Judge has also illustrated a children’s book, Cloud Babies, with Eoin Colfer, the author of the Artemis Fowl series, a story that features “cloud babies” in the sky.

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