James Hoff’s Everybody’s Pixelated
is a facsimile of a 1937 study of the art of doodling by Russell M. Arandel, called Everybody’s Pixillated, containing doodles from famous presidents, senators, congressmen, and other government officials from 1927–30. Each doodle looks into the subconscious mind of its respective author, analyzing it for its intellectual and personality traits as well as the possible times in which the doodles occurred. The hilariously serious anecdotes and silly scribbles makes for an intriguing look into the subconscious minds of distracted professionals with a pen and paper. A memory card containing text used by hackers to crack passwords hides beneath a price sticker on the back cover.