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Bill Taylor's Cubicleism

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. But with Bill, it's all about working and being creative at the same time. Let's find out what his 'Cubicleism' means... after the break.

Photo via Cubicleism

We’ve already seen how artists nowadays create amazing remakes of classical works of art. Like how vintage photographs are colorized to appear more captivating and intense, or how Lego pieces are incorporated to art and design to re-imagine iconic album covers in history. The artists of today are not running out of creative juices and inspiration!

Today, let’s look into the amazing work of Bill Taylor. Unlike your typical painters, Bill doesn’t need to use messy color palettes or huge canvasses. To make a masterpiece, all that Bill needs is a whiteboard and, well, whiteboard markers. During his spare time at work, Bill, the data manager, transforms into a cartoonist. Within 2 to 5 minutes only, he is able to remake various works of art — right in his office’s cubicle!

Here is a gallery of his finished works:

For more information on the artist, you may visit Cubicleism.

written by nyebe

2 comments

  1. neanderthalis

    neanderthalis

    Fantastic.

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  2. elletra

    elletra

    this made me very happy :D

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This is the original article written in: English. It is also available in: Nederlands.