So here's this guy, Jon Burgerman, who apparently did one of the worlds greatest and most extensive doodles. I think that this is a good example of a simple artistic style that holds in itself, enough detail and character to make it a wonderful work of invasive hotel art. The simplicity of the burger man's style says a lot about the early stages of every illustrative style and uniqueness, that being your brain poured out onto whatever canvass is readily at hand. I personally like how the characters drawn create a sort of pattern throughout the hotel room and at first glance, is a bit hard to absorb. In contrast to a lot of other illustrations out there, this particular brand of "street art", or "hotel art" draws on the surface it itself is being drawn upon. I don't think that this illustration would look any less good on a large piece of paper, but it would drastically change its dynamic. There should really be more hotels like this. Though I am not sure they had any say in it.