At Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD), a Good Will Hunting situation is taking place. Let me clarify that a South Boston laborer is not solving incredibly difficult math equations that would make Einstein turn over in his grave to hide his erection. Two anonymous students create mind-blowing art weekly on chalkboards and display them in various classrooms around the campus.

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Each week, these talented students choose a quote from a compiled list of Google searches and friend requests. Quotes have come from the likes of Mark Twain, Dr. Seuss, Nelson Mandela, and Julia Child. With each art piece, the artists try to adapt their style to best suit the quote being used. The artists said that they tired of computers and that chalking gives them motivation. Whatever the case, these students create truly incredible art work. Know more.