We've always known dry-erase boards as white slabs, but there's no reason you have to limit yourself to a boring, plain surface. Imulus, an interactive design agency, decided to use finely crafted bamboo boards instead.
Technically you could make a dry erase board out of anything, as the key ingredient used in this stylish project was dry-erase coating. All you really have to do is paint it on and let it dry -- for five days. That's a lot of waiting, but when that time has passed you'll end up with one of the coolest dry-erase boards around.