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The Cubicle Artist Who Recreates Famous Paintings On Whiteboards

North Carolina-based data manager Bill Taylor is proof that creativity can also flow freely in confined office cubicles.

Taylor spends just two to five minutes everyday drawing on his whiteboard using just a marker to recreate iconic paintings of famous artists, from Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso and even Banksy.

Each piece takes around six weeks to finish and then Taylor erases it (after a day or two), before starting on a new piece all over again.

“[T]here’s something about doing it this way that forces me to be patient, something I could always use more practice with,” says Taylor.


Roy Lichtenstein, In the Car

Pablo Picasso, Guernica

Banksy, Stop and Search

MC Escher, Relativity

Hokusai, The Great Wave Off Kanagawa

Edward Hopper, Nighthawks

Vincent Van Gogh, Starry Night

Jack Vettriano, The Singing Butler

Claude Monet, La Promenade

Paul Cezanne, The Cardplayers



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