Sometimes a piece of art, even a piece of political art can be subtle and nuanced. Sometimes, not so much. I present this piece without comment. . .
Except to say, sometimes a teacher gotta be who a teacher gotta be.
Every year for the past few years, somewhere on the wall of my classroom hung the pictures of my yearbook staff, of our yearbook family. This year the staff decided to place them around the room so that no matter which way one of my students was looking, they would be able to see one of my staff members. I don’t know if this spread-out placement was what caused someone to decide it would be ok to draw mustaches on some of these photos, but someone did just that. To be honest, the vandal’s mustaches were lame little things. One of the students in my yearbook class thought he could do much better. I think he succeeded. Here is this year’s yearbook family, staches and all.
This is what happens when yearbook students enjoy playing with Photoshop more than working on the yearbook, which is pretty much all of the time.