These Whiteboard Paintings are Unreal.

There is nothing like discovering beautiful art that is being done in a regular cubicle! Bill Taylor says about his work –

1. I only do this for 2-5 minutes a day, usually first thing while the computer is firing up. I don’t spend all day doing this as I’d like to keep my job.Some days I don’t even touch it.
2. They average taking about 6 weeks to finish. Slow going but it’s a good exercise in patience.
3. I buy my own markers so I’m not depleting our company’s dry erase marker supply.
4. I’m not using any special markers, just your run of the mill Quartet, Marks-a-lot, etc.
5. It’s less painful erasing them than you think… I’m usually excited to get to the next one.
6. Always looking for requests and ideas.

I’ve been following his blog ever since I saw a post about his drawings on Design Boom (check out that post for a comparison between Bill’s work and the original artwork)

And check out this post I did about whiteboard artists a few years ago!

  • Terra Church

    Does anyone ever erase them? or drag their finger through? I feel like that would be a daily challenge.

  • Angie Bailey

    I’d love to have some art like this to liven up my cubicle!