US art instructor, Gregory Euclide makes use of just 25 minutes, the duration of his students' lunch breaks, to create detailed drawings on classroom whiteboards.
He first started to draw so as to release stress from teaching, but proceeded to giving himself a time limit each day to complete a drawing, making use of any available materials he could get from his desk which included sumi ink, brushes, spray bottles and paper towels.
However, he would erase them all away at the end of each school day. His students see it as a waste but he believes that these 25 minutes were not of much importance to him. He just wants to show his students that art can actually be created in such a short time as well as to get them to interested in this subject.
What do you think of his art pieces?
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