Russian photo studio Slon came up with unique & creative ideas to draw on the board whatever the kids have in mind and then be photographed in front of it in different poses to be the part of the background illustrations.
Some students have to much time on their hands. These students took some of that extra time and made something very creative out of it. Take a look at some of these hilarious text book drawings.
An anonymous college kid recently posted some of his doodles from class. He explains, “This semester, I had business management taught by a painfully boring man… Naturally, I sought ways to cure my boredom during this class. One day I decided to see how well I could draw him.”
Students in Bangkok’s Kasetsart University have been forced to wear anti-cheating blinkers to prevent them from cheating during exams.
Sports Illustrated writer Richard Deitsch asked this simple question of his Twitter followers and was met with an outpouring of intimate and moving photos. Deitsch explained that he was inspired by a photo of sportscaster Steve Bennett celebrating with his family after his younger brother helped win the NCAA hockey championship following an extended stay in the hospital.
By tweeting that one quandary to his followers, he opened the virtual floodgates and thousands began sharing their heartwarming photos of of wedding days, hospital stays, and relatives passed. More than 200 of the journalist’s nearly 86,000 Twitter followers replied, all of them sharing their personal moments and in turn adding to the emotional gallery.
Sports journalist Richard Deistch shared this picture of brothers Greg Day (left), Adam Day (center) and Steven Bennett (right) as they celebrated the NCAA hockey championship at Yale.
The Uruti School in New Zealand held a bizarre competition of dressing up dead possum as part of their fundraising day. The children let their imagination run wild as they tried to dress their dead animal to impress the competition judges. One animal was actually skinned to look like a boxer, others were dressed in a bikini or in a wedding gown.
It has sparked horror with animal welfare groups but teachers defended the contest as ‘lots of fun’ which helped raise more than £4,000 for the school. Principal Pauline Sutton told the Taranaki Daily News: ‘There was an amazing crowd and it was lots of fun. Animals aren’t the only species who are dressed up after they die. We do it to humans too.’ ~ source
About 800 schoolchildren and teachers from 14 schools form the shape of a Chinese white dolphin, along with the word ‘Protect’ and Chinese characters ‘Ocean’, at Repulse Bay in Hong Kong.
The special event marked the Hong Kong government’s decision to ban trawl fishing in Hong Kong waters to save fish stocks starting in January 2013.