Beautiful digital art you could display in your classroom to facilitate discussion about global warming. You could present one of images and ask the students what they think it's trying to convey, no text is needed to spark discussion. Great way to get students interested and engaged in the topic.
João A. Carvalho aka J Desenhos owns a community Facebook page called Nas linhas do caderno, which translates to "The Lines Notebook" (thanks Google Translate!). In it, he shares amazing artwork by plenty of talented artists, including his own work. João draws and doodles on notebooks much like
((Open RP. Be guy friend/crush. Magic may be involved)) I sigh as I look around my room, drawing without really paying attention. I had colored pencils, pens, markers, crayons, and everything else scattered around my bed, and I had probably made a huge mess on the paper. I hear a knock at the door, and my best friend, Zach, walks in. I smile a little, "Hey" he says, eyeing my mess. "Hey" I reply. He focuses on the sketchpad in my lap, and his eyes widen. "What?" I ask, confusedly looking down.
Cambodian graphic design artist Visoth Kakvei takes doodling to the next level. The 27-year-old freehands cool doodles that look like intricate three-dimensional mazes and nature-inspired designs. Each piece takes Kakvei anywhere from 3-6 hours to complete and is later digitally enhanced to mak…
Snail Graffiti - There is a graffiti artist from London that paints on the shells of snails! I read that when snail shells are painted they are less likely to become victims of children (and others) that might otherwise crush them!