Mind Blowing Chalk Art from 2 Anonymous Students

Every Week, 2 Anonymous Students Sneak Into a Classroom and Proceed to Blow Everyone’s Mind

At the Columbus College of Art and Design, two rogue college students are creating quite a stir… but not by any normal means. They aren’t cheating or stealing, they are causing a creative riot. The anonymous duo, who go by the name Dangerdust, sneak into a classroom each week and create a masterpiece out of nothing but chalk. The pair are both seniors in Advertising & Graphic Design, and they are probably busy with a larger than life course-load, but they still remain passionate about their weekly chalk art. These two create some of the most beautiful (and inspiring) art you’ll ever see.

On Sunday or Monday nights, the magic happens.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

The pair select a vacant classroom.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

Then, they go to work.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

They complete each masterpiece in one fell swoop.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

It can take up to 11 hours to finish one of their designs.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

They choose a quote from a list compiled from Google searches and suggestions from friends, draw up a rough sketch, then go to work using regular chalk.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

The artists have chosen quotes from various people.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

Banksy, Ellen Lupton, Claude Debussy, Nicole Jacek, Tavi Gevinson, J.M. Barrie, Stefan Sagmeister, Bill Cosby, Jessica Hirsche, and Nelson Mandela have all appeared on the chalkboards.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

Even Dr. Seuss.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

These boards aren’t your average act of random art.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

The depth they can create with just dollar store chalk is impressive.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

The duo should be graduating soon if they haven’t already.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

Hopefully, we haven’t seen the last of them.

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

We NEED more of THIS!

Beautiful Chalkboard Art from Dangerdust, 2 anonymous students at the Columbus College of Art & Design

The duo known as Dangerdust now have Twitter, Instagram and Behance accounts. It’s uncertain whether they will ever reveal their true identities, or if they will be masked graphic crusaders like the famous British street artist Banksy. The only thing that is certain is that the world needs to see more art like this. Woah. Share their chalkboards. They are amazing.
Image Credits: Dangerdust, Story Source: VIRALNOVA

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