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Each Week, 2 Anonymous Students Sneak Into A Classroom. The Result? Mind Blowing!

Two anonymous students, who go by the name Dangerdust and major in Advertising & Graphic Design, create extremely intricate and detailed chalkboard art in classrooms each week. They typically do this type of "rogue art" at night and in secret. While some friends know their identity, everyone else don't know who's responsible for the following masterpieces. The pair complete these masterpieces late at night in one take. Some works take up to 11 hours to complete! Perhaps you are wondering why do they do this? In response, the duo says, "When you're working on long extended projects for graphic design classes it's easy to...lose motivation...I think we're tired of the computer, and [chalking] gives us motivation." Much of the topics the duo takes on are things other students can relate to and understand. It's no doubt that those sleepless nights have paid off! Perhaps most impressive is the fact that these students create such time consuming beautiful works that are so ephemeral in nature. There's a certain element of charm and beauty in that.
SOURCE: The San Francisco Globe.
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