At the Columbus College of Art and Design, two anonymous students sneak into a classroom each week and proceed to blow everyone’s mind. This is what they do using dollar store chalk.
The 2 students select a vacant classroom.
And they get to work.
Sometimes, it can take up to 11 hours to finish one of their designs.
They’ve been popping up on campus all semester.
They have captured the attention of students and taken social media by storm.
The artists have chosen quotes from various people.
Banksy, Ellen Lupton, Claude Debussy, Nicole Jacek, Bill Cosby, Jessica Hirsche, and Nelson Mandela have all appeared on the chalkboards.
And even Dr. Seuss.
They wish to remain unnamed although they admit most of their friends know they’re behind the rogue art.
The depth they can create with just dollar store chalk is impressive.
The duo is serious about keeping their late-night chalking escapades on the down low.
With this talent, these two students have a great future ahead of them.
The two didn’t think anything would come of their experiment, but after the first few chalkboard masterpieces took off, one of their professors encouraged them to run with it.
We need more of THIS!