Sometimes just as I start to think I’ve reached the end of the Internet, it provides me with fascinating new material that I can’t stop sharing. This week’s discovery comes in the form of whiteboards and erasable markers, and these are not your average classroom doodles. Check some of them out in this post!
Artist Gregory Euclide managed to sketch each of these out in 25 minutes on his lunch breaks, in order to de-stress. They’ve all (sadly) been erased, but Euclide doesn’t really seem to care. “I could make them in 25 minutes, so they were not too incredibly precious to me,” he said. “Yes, they were all washed away. I was kind of showing students what could be done with 25 minutes of time.”
Were these mine, I would be so incredibly paranoid about them being tampered with. I just keep staring at them, thinking, “It would just take one swipe of a finger!”
Head on over to the source to read the full interview with Euclide. [via Neatorama]