Anonymous Artists Turn School Chalk Dust Into Inspirational Masterpieces

Anonymous Artists Turn School Chalk Dust Into Inspirational Masterpieces
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When school is out, two rogue student designers sneak in to leave behind inspiring chalkboard messages in vacant classrooms.

Angeli Rafer
  • 14 may 2014

Two students are prowling the empty hallways and classrooms at the Columbus College of Art and Design, not for malicious pranks or a bit of mischief, but to create beautiful masterpieces for their fellow classmates. The anonymous duo responsible for these works, simply known as “Dangerdust”, are seniors in Advertising & Graphics, which perhaps accounts for their remarkable talent and also for their choice in quotes that speak of artistic and personal growth.

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