We cover Gregory Euclide quite regularly here at Complex. His solo exhibition at David B. Smith in Denver last year was among our favorites, and his cover art for Bon Iver helped propelled him to place on our list of 25 Most Important Artists of 2011.

That said, we'd missed his brilliant, ephemeral works on whiteboard, produced swiftly during 25-minute lunch breaks. These masterpieces are simply erased when students return, often shocking them with the distraction of the finely detailed ink drawings. As such, Euclide's made prints of them. For our purposes here, consider these images as another layer of the artist's intrigue. [Enpundit]