If you’re bored at the office and don’t know what to do (besides work, ugh), Chris Limbrick and Francesco Fragomeni have got you covered. These two (clearly very busy) workers at Squarespace in NY spend their free time recreating famous paintings using whatever they find in their office for a project they’ve called “Fools Do Art.”

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There are two simple rules they follow – only use stuff found in the office, and any editing must be done on their smart phones. Given those limitations, they’ve done an amazing job!

More info: foolsdoart.com | Tumblr | Instagram (h/t: modernmet)

“The Girl with the Pearl Earring” by Johannes Vermeer, 1665

“Mona Lisa” by Leonardo da Vinci, 1503-1506

“The Son of Man” by Rene Magritte, 1964

“Blonde Beauty” by Walt Otto, circa 1950′s

“Napoleon Crossing the Alps” by Jacques-Louis David, 1801

“Christ’s Appearance to Mary Magdalene After the Resurrection” by Alexander Ivanov, 1835

“Two Ballet Dancers” by Edgar Degas, c. 1879

“Portrait of a Man in a Turban” by Jan van Eyck, 1433

“Thinking About Death” Frida Kahlo, 1943

“Timoclea uccide il capitano di Alessandro Magno” by Elisabetta Sirani, 1659

“The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp” by Rembrandt, c.1632

“Christina’s World” by Andrew Wyeth, 1948

“Tommaso di Folco Portinari” by Hans Memling, 1470

“The Old Guitarist” by Pablo Picasso, 1903-1904

“Lady and the Unicorn: Sight,” c. 1500

“David with the Head of Goliath” by Caravaggio, 1610

“The Creation of Adam” by Michelangelo, 1511-1512