Gregory Euclide is an artist who makes stunning landscape dioramas and paintings that I find to be endlessly inviting and immersive. (Last year, I was honored to contribute my brief thoughts on Euclide to a gorgeous monograph of his work.) Euclide is perhaps best known for creating the cover art for indie folk band Bon Iver's eponymous album and single. If the image above looks like a white board, that's because it is. While teaching high school in Minnesota, Euclide would do whiteboard drawings during his half-hour lunch break. Over at Hi-Fructose, you can catch a glimpse of the series, titled "Laid Down & Wiped Away." And the David B. Smith Gallery has released those drawings as a series of limited prints.
David Pescovitz is Boing Boing's co-editor/managing partner. He's also a research director at Institute for the Future. On Instagram, he's @pesco.