Chalkboards are something that most of us worked with when we were in school. In many countries around the world, chalkboards have ben replaced by marker boards or even electronic boards. Some countries that have still maintained the much loved chalkboards, give the students the opportunity to use chalks and create great art that no one could imagine. In a school in Hong Kong, some students are unleashing their inner artistic talent by creating the most extraordinary drawings on the board. Unfortunatelly, the teachers have to erase the pieces of art in order to continue their lessons.
It really breaks your heart to see this masterpiece being erased.
Honestly, if I were the teacher I would just keep it, at least for a little while.
Illusdreamer is the name of the group of the students who create the artworks.
Have I ever told you how much I adore all the Ghibli studio films?
The school has to find a way and maintain their artwork, since it’s such a shame to lose all these drawings.
Maybe they should create a space dedicated to that.
The students started unveiling their talent in 2016 and since then they have been surprising people when they least expect it.
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They usually draw characters from their favorite comics and movies, like Alice in Wonderland, Minions and Hayao Miyazaki.
These images make me so happy!
We can only guess how bad their heart breaks whenever they see their art being erased.
I’m tearing up a little right now, tbh.
These students prove that art in school is very undervalued, with many countries not even having art classes.
Okay, that’s crazy! Half of the times I can’t recognize my own handwriting.
If art was given a lot more attention in school, then we wouldn’t end up with people who can’t even appreciate the most obvious type of art.
When we witness art classes being cut from schools due to budget issues and parents preventing their kids from studying art, we start wondering why this hatred towards art exists and why do people can’t understand that art is not just a crazy person with a brush or a chisel on their hands, but a visionary who wants to portray the world the way they see it.