It's easy to make jokes about where you end up after an art degree, and these artful whiteboard masterpieces could be one such punchline. Imgur user ShaneArgshared his former colleague's hand-drawn memes with the internet and we have to say we're impressed. We don't know what this mysterious artist is up to now, but we hope he's doodling somewhere a little more luxe.
We've been following Chaz Hutton on Instagram for his insanely funny Post-It graphs, so we were delighted to find his work featured in The New Yorkerlast month. These handy satirical drink recipes are geared at millennials, but martinis will get a person super drunk regardless of generation. Drink responsibly.
The Office is one of those shows you can binge watch once a year and it never gets old. Imagine our delight upon learning that artist Marisa Livingston has impeccably depicted the gang as cartoons. From Stanley's unimpressed stare to Creed's tendencies toward the bizarre and psycho, Livingston manages to capture each character's unique and entertaining quirks. If you like what you see, give her a follow on Twitter!
On April Fools Day, Reddit launched a social experiment forum where users could draw on a blank canvas by placing a pixel square tile, available in 16 different colors and dispensed every 10 minutes, much like the long-running crowddrawing site Drawball. In the next 72 hours, what ensued on /r/place were a series of impressive collage artworks created by both collaborative and competitive efforts involving tens of thousands users, and of course, quite a few moments of hilarity and a whole lot of data analysis. Check out the timelapse video of the event below and scroll down for more highlights!