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Insane Styrofoam Cup Art Drawn With Ball Point Pen


This is the styrofoam cup some guy drew on while waiting for his car to be repaired at the dealership. Me? I usually see what they have in the snack machine, make a cup of bad coffee, then take a seat and think about all the different ways I'd rather die instead of sitting there waiting. You'd be surprised how many I can come up with.

I went in to the dealership for my free oil change and saw this cup sitting there. The cashier said that a young man had come in to have some work done and it was going to take about three hours. "I'll just doodle" he said, and grabbed a ball point and a coffee cup.

Man, I wish I could entertain myself just doodling for three hours straight. Sadly, I'm just a sad bastard slave to technology. If I don't have my phone with me I usually panic and start breaking things like a dog whose owner just left them home alone for the first time.

Hit the jump for shots of the entire interior and exterior.










Thanks to V, who apparently can doodle for hours. Me? I'm good after a couple five-second peckers.

There are Comments.
  • I can't even get ball point pens to write more than 25% of the time.

  • landjea

    Ya, I am gonna have to call shenanigans on this one. There is no way he could draw those inside-bottom-wall images so straight from up high. The angle he would have to draw at would prevent the tight lines on that low band of links.

  • Smivey

    Apparently, not a fan of apostrophes. Impressive work, but the characters are barely recognisable.

  • then you may need an eye checkup, I can read it just fine :)

  • Smivey

    I meant the cartoon characters, but I can understand the confusion.

  • seamancer

    What the fuck is Syrofoam. I think you meant Styrofoam.

  • Brant_Alan

    I think you meant Closed-Cell Extruded Polystyrene Foam

  • Eric Hettervik

    That's a long time waiting for your car. >.<

  • Fish

    I wonder how many they threw away after one mistake.

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