A whiteboard is an excellent tool for making an interactive and visual presentation during meetings and training classes. Drawing and writing on a whiteboard is not as easy as it looks and some practice is required to control the pen and to avoid wiping something away while drawing. In most cases, it does not matter how great it looks, as the typical use of a whiteboard ends with a complete cleanup.
While whiteboards are highly popular for supporting presentations on e.g. meetings and found in most modern meeting rooms this volatile medium, also seems to attract creative people and artists. I am not sure if you ever had the OMG / WOW experience when someone decorated a whiteboard with art and left it to amaze and surprise others. If not I will share some great examples of what a creative and skilled artist can get out of a whiteboard and some whiteboard markers. Just imagine the time and effort required for most of these artworks and further how easy they will be to wipe out. You can also find a lot more inspiration in this category on sites such as Tumblr, DeviantArt and Pinterest where people tag their findings and make it easy for up to find.
Pete’s whiteboard art – the next installment – MORE INFO
Girl sneak in and decorate the whiteboards – MORE INFO
Neardy Art on School – MORE INFO
Nerd Approved found some really cool examples of whiteboard art! Check out the rest on the site.
Whiteboard Art: Harry Potter – MORE INFO
Elaborate Art on an Office Whiteboard – MORE INFO
This is a great collection of whiteboard art found at My Modern Met. I have picked a few of them and included them here, but check out the rest also.
The Great Wave Off Kanagawa – Hokusai
La Promenade – Claude Monet
In The Car – Roy Lichtenstein
The Cardplayers – Paul Cezanne
The Singing Butler – Jack Vettriano
Departure Of The Winged Ship – Vladimir Kush
Abstract Pen Art – MORE INFO
Cubicleism – MORE INFO
This is another great collection at Cubicleism that I decided to share a few items from.