Did you ever play that game at school where somebody doodled and created a fold in their paper for the next doodler to add their work, for what would eventually become a collaborative effort of badly drawn cats and tables? Well, the inner child that was chuffed when you once nailed that drawing of a spider is about to be shown how it's really done. Meet illustrator Clym Evernden and what he likes to call the #ClymStory.
For the #ClymStory, Evernden uses this old-school technique to develop his sketches with each fold, creating a narrative with characters that seem to come alive out of the paper. Evernden's "Evolution" doodle now has over 2.6 million views, and once you see it, you'll totally understand why. Read on to see our favourite #ClymStory selection, then oggle these viral paint-smearing videos.