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  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

  • Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton picks up a pen and starts drawing. But rather than sit down at a desk or draw on a piece of paper, the Philadelphia-based artist turns his incredible illustrating talents to the surface of his freezer door. (Credit: WENN)

Forget letter magnets or shopping lists - this is how to brighten up a kitchen.

Every Friday, freelance designer Charlie Layton doodles a new illustration onto the door of his fridge freezer.

The Philadelphia-based artist discovered it was made from same material as a dry-erase board and could be used as a surface. His friends enjoyed his drawing so much they encouraged him to do a series.

Each creation takes 20-30 minutes to complete, and have included such familiar faces as Darth Vader, Gremlins and Godzilla.

Which we think makes him the ideal housemate - assuming he does the dishes as well.