Mr. Doodle art exhibit in South Korea makes use of 132 Galaxy Note8 handsets

British artist Sam Cox, who is probably better known to the world as Mr. Doodle, opened his Doodle World event this month in South Korea. What makes the exhibition interesting is that it utilizes over a hundred Samsung Galaxy Note8 devices to display some of his work.

Although the exhibition will feature his doodles on walls and other items, there is also a section of the exhibit that is dedicated to 132 Galaxy Note8 handsets that feature his works. Perhaps what is even more interesting is that the works displayed on the smartphones were created using Samsung's S Pen. If you thought the Samsung collaboration ended there, you'd be mistaken, as guests that make their way to the gallery will be able to rent a Galaxy S9+ for an audio tour of the exhibit.

If you are located in South Korea and are interested in exploring Doodle World, you can do so from now until September 9. The exhibition is housed inside the Ara Art Center in Seoul.

Source: Samsung via GSMArena | Video via Mr. Doodle

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