Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Guardian Education -13 May 08

A piece I did last week for today's Guardian Education.

This article, by Phil Beadle, was highlighting the staggering difference the author found between a colourful primary school festooned with students' artwork and a dull-in-comparison secondary with little more on display than the signs saying 'reception' and 'don't run'.

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This was the (pretty rrrruffph) rough I submitted.

7 comments:

sheree said...

haha - love the colors and the toes! and the skull and bunny too :)

monica indelicato said...
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monica indelicato said...

I really like your work, Paul. So fresh and so smart. Good luck!!!
^_^
Cheers!

Connie said...

Very cool to be able to see the development of an idea.

Prozacville said...

Cool. I could see you working in a primary school teaching art...

ElizT said...

Anywhere, teaching art; preferably in my district, morning classes on a Tuesday.

Rima said...

Hello Paul - love this illustration and I quite agree!
Hope you are well and happy and sunny and busy?
Lots of love x Rima