It’s unlikely they get quite as creative as one data manager in NC. Bill Taylor spends a few minutes each day over a period of about 6 weeks replicating famous paintings on a whiteboard in his cubicle. It’s good to know he’s not working on these for too long at a stretch. Otherwise, he might have ended up with marker fume-induced delusions during his recreation of Van Gogh’s Starry Night.
Check out Bill’s gallery of finished works at Cubicleism. The detail and technical skill is really amazing. Sadly, these photos are the only record. Like a Buddhist monk destroying a beautiful piece of sand art. Bill erases his works when he’s finished.