College Seniors Spread Inspiration on Ohio Campus Through Beautiful Chalk Art


An anonymous chalk art duo from the Columbus College of Art & Design is spreading a little good will and inspiration via beautifully crafted works of late night guerrilla art. 

After faculty have long gone home and their fellow students are either hitting the books or the bottles, two unknown college seniors take to classroom chalkboards to bring famous quotes by Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, and the like to life.

Their projects, which are known campus-wide as "Dangerdust" and can take up to 11 hours to create, have earned them a small following on social media (Twitter: @ddccad; Instagram: dangerdust). 

Do check them out online, and enjoy these examples of their work below, courtesy of Instagram.

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