They recreated 12 famous paintings with office supplies

What do you do when you’re bored in your office? Though more and more places have already embraced the office Olympics, not all people want to do foolish work sports to win silly made-up prizes. That’s why these two co-workers found a different way to pass the time: recreating famous paintings using office supplies.

The Girl with the Pearl Earring (Johannes Vermeer)


If you look closely, you’ll see how the brush strokes subtly show the inner shapes. The eyes are clearly searching for the person on the other side. Also, the earrings look very adorable on him.

La Gioconda (Leonardo Da Vinci)


Is he trying to impersonate the woman of the painting, Lisa Gherardini, or is he trying to replicate all the clues found on Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code? Too many questions for so little time.