High School Seniors Become Parking Lot Picassos
Trending| | By Robin Milling
It’s back to school for the class of 2017 and several high schools across the country assigned their seniors a major art project. The final year students who were lucky enough to still have a car were tasked to turn their parking lot spaces into works of art, and the results went viral. Twitter Moments captured some of these “parking Picassos” who were given free reign to turn dreary asphalt into their personal palettes.
Proud parents took to Twitter to display their upcoming graduates’ creations like Adam Parish who’s oldest daughter from West Orange High School in New Jersey got over 1,000 loves and 322 retweets. There didn’t seem to be any rules, as for instance those art-challenged students who invited a parent to do their homework. Mark E. Hamilton gladly joined his son with his project: Chicago Cubs fan Alison Harms showed her devotion for the team with this mural from Northside High School in Fort Worth, Texas: Lamenting mom Heather Hutson wrote about two of her children who are in their last years of school. Her cheerleading daughter @EliseHutson wrote these words of take-away wisdom: High school senior Mads took to the hippie style with her rainbow-inspired peace, love and smiley portrait. Getting up for school in the first place is a problem for some, especially in your last year. User Martha Caldera gained Twitter fame for her ‘If You’re Reading This I’m Late’ fresco which got 21,000 shares. A senior named Reece had an advantage with her name borrowing the logo from the peanut butter cup people. Wonder if she needed permission? Graduating students at Bowie High School in Austin, Texas were very grateful to their arts and media teacher Mr. Nourse for the opportunity to leave their mark on school property, but most of all get away with it!
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