Amazing Cubicle Whiteboard Artist



Whiteboard artist Bill Taylor proves that a little time "wasted" at work can be a beautiful thing. He spends less than ten minutes a day, over up to six weeks time per piece, recreating classic artworks by Picasso, Lichtenstein, Banksy and Escher, among others.

And when he's finished he just wipes the board clean and starts all over again, after taking a photo of the finished piece, of course. I wonder how he keeps his co-workers from messing up his masterpieces?

Link  --via Flavorwire

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If I worked with someone so talented who was doing something cool to alleviate the boredom of cubicle city, I'd be being very careful not to mess up his masterpieces.
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!! I used to do my own interpretations of Van Goghs or Gustave Baumann's works on a white board that we only used once a month. Throughout the month I would work on it, then the day we needed it - it was all wiped away.
I had never considered taking pics of it.
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