Speed painter Dan Dunn highlighted a charity event hosted by Texans tight end Garrett Graham last night, and here’s some time lapse video of him painting a portrait of J.J. Watt from scratch in what we’re told was eight minutes.

This video comes to us via friend of Deadspin Jayme Lamm, who says that the charity auctioneer tried to sell this portrait to Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson with the promise that the winner would get to meet Watt. (The auctioneer insisted upon this, we’re told, without ever realizing that Jackson was himself a member of the Texans.)

The portrait later tore itself from the canvas and sacked the auctioneer.