Back in my day we didn’t have white boards. It was chalk on a black board and that was it. Which is fine by me as it means that you can create fantastic images like these chalk board typographic works by Dana Tanamachi. But things have moved on a bit since the bronze age (I’m not really that old).
White boards are now de rigueur for any school class of office presentation. Mostly these boards show equations, sale figures and projections or just rude comments about the teacher/COE.
But if your inspired to do a little white board doodling you could end up creating amazing images like the one above by Gregory Euclide.