While many of us tend to spend our lunch breaks chatting with friends and coworkers, messing about with our smartphones, or maybe even reading a book, artist and high school teacher Gregory Euclide uses his 25-minute lunch breaks to makes beautiful, short-lived paintings with Sumi ink on dry erase boards. It began as a form of stress relief as well as a personal challenge and demonstration for his students. The results are simply wonderful. We love it when people turn mundane situations into awesome artistic outlets. 

Visit Neatorama to read an interview with Gregory Euclide about his marvelous white board artwork.