The Artistic Expressions Of A Japanese Elementary School Student.
Commentary by Mason
The first two pictures were drawn by some second grade students. Every picture from their class featured an egg that had been broken and the following two pictures were just super cute. I asked one of my teachers what the deal was with the eggs and he told me of a story the class had read. In the story, a magical egg exists that, when cracked open, contains all the wishes and desires of your heart.
Apparently, the artist of this drawing really didn't know what she wanted, so she tried to cover as much ground as she could… everything from pencils (very practical) to fish (please, don't stereotype) to Halloween pumpkins and ducks. I especially like the light bulb with the question mark inside… genius.
|I still can't tell what that green curvy thing is in the middle though.|
|This is what happens when Teletubbies die.|
|….or she's studying for English class. Yea, that's probably it.|
|Or it could just be a boy looking at a bug made out of newspaper adds.|
|So that's where all those lucky rabbit feet came from!|
That's it really. These were just some of the ones that I thought were cute or interesting. Carmon's Junior High School has recently finished writing (in English) letters to Santa about what they want for Christmas. Let me tell you, some of them will break your heart and some will make you laugh out loud. But that's another post for another time.
Till then, thanks!