October 23, 2018

Who Knew EY Was Hiding Decent Artists?

No, not creative financial artists, like art artists.

The EY Exhibition – Paul Klee: Making Visible opened at the Tate Modern in London on October 16, 2013 and runs through March 9 2014. Paul Klee famously described drawing as "taking a line for a walk." and in that vein, EY invited their staff and families to "take their own line for a walk."

Here are the surprising results:

Image by Nathan Matthews, FS

Image by Mei-ling Ward, Tax

Image by Richard Lidstone, Tax

Image by Aki Matsushima, Tax

I don't know about you guys but I'm pretty impressed, not just by the artwork but by EY's use of Pinterest to get it out there on the Internets. What a relief to have something nice to say about a professional services firm for once!

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