Bill Taylor Recreates Iconic Paintings with Office Supplies

 - Feb 2, 2012
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By day, Bill Taylor is a data manager, but by night he is as an artist with immense talent.

In reality, he does both by day since he indulges his art abilities while at the office using everyday office supplies. Although this might not be considered a responsible use of his time at work, Bill Taylor only allots two to five minutes each day to complete his masterpieces. Considering that he often undertakes famous paintings by artists such as Picasso, Ansel Adams and Lichtenstein, it is no surprise that it takes Bill Taylor an average of about six weeks to finish one.

Bill Taylor says, "Some people put up pictures and newspaper articles. Maybe calendars or stuffed animals. Perhaps I will get around to those things. For now, I just draw on the whiteboard."