As anyone who reads this blog knows, I like art made from office supplies. I like traditional art as well, but that’s for another blog. I’ve blogged numerous times about art and office supplies, but it’s just such a fun subject! Maybe it’s just my lack of drawing capability (I can craft and photograph, I don’t need the artistic tri-fecta) but I LOVE creative ways to bring art to life.
I’ve tried to paint and draw. I gave it the old college try. I bought Prismacolor chalks and pencils. Pastels and oils. Watercolors and acrylics. Paint brushes have grown like a grove of trees on my desk, and palettes and trowels work double duty as organizers and letter openers. In all these years, the only thing I can draw/paint/sketch is a horse head. I learned the hard way that having the right tools don’t an artist make.
I’ve also learned to channel my need for creativity into Google searches. In my search for various office supplies, I came across one picture that blew my mind. I have no idea why I keep getting surprised by the things I see online, but I just do. I’m in love with creativity and in its thrall when I see new examples of it. So I saw this whiteboard art, and I quickly searched for more…
And found all of these! AMAZING! On a whiteboard. And windows. Should it maybe be call dry-erase art instead? The whiteboards are just incredible, and the window doodles crack me up! Makes me wish I had a window to draw on. Or mutilate with color, as it were. So fess up, do you doodle at work?