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American presidential doodles have caused a bit of a stir recently. But why should it only be the high-and-mighties whose scribbles are worthy of attention? Doodling is great for stress relief and who needs more relief? The world's most powerful man or the people in the Middle East? Mail your doodle to MadEast and we'll give selected drawings a forum.
Roula, a colleague, was hunting for drug lords in Lebanon's Bekaa valley. Bored, stressed and giving up on the drug story, she drew and ant man.
Beirut nightlife or Beirut wildlife, there's very little difference between the two. Amoebas take on diffuse forms and can cause disease, so this interpretation of a Beirut bar is not all good but not all bad either:
Sometimes the stress of the Middle East is reflected even in the doodles. The region can make you feel as if a bunch of mean red-eyed vultures are trying to pick you to death:
This doodle is from last summer in Broumana, Lebanon. A Lebanese beauty. The thingy in her nose is a stud.