If you haven't tried Google daily art as your cyber pencil-sharpening distraction, may I strongly recommend it. You probably use Google directly from your web browser and never actually go to google.com. If you did you would know that they change the art in and around the Google logo almost daily with different designs in different parts of the world. They honor birthdays, independence days, holidays great or small and just about anything else the logo staff down on the Google campus can come up with. Here are a few I've enjoyed in the last six months.
That one up at the top was on Cezanne's 172nd birthday (Yes, it is hard to fine the G-O-O-G-L-E sometimes).
New Year's Day 2011.
Katsushika Houkusai's birthday, I have an old fondness for this art piece.
One of several variations for Thanksgiving last year. I like the ones where you have to stretch to see the g o o g l e.
Bruce Lee's 70th birthday.
The 55th anniversary of Rosa Park's famous refusal to be moved. If you want to see more such art go to Google Doodles.