Derivation: Boxes by students of EESPSCF Saint-Mard

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Hey, last month I received a notification on the Facebook page of Pepper&Carrot coming from the page of the EESPSCF Saint-Mard; a specialised Belgium school. It was a post with over 40 photos of lovely DIY themed after episodes of Pepper&Carrot. Here is a translation of the message sent by Norah Flammang, teacher at EESPSCF Saint-Mard:

Amazed by the boxes made by the students about Pepper & Carrot (a webcomic by David Revoy πŸ₯°πŸ˜). I didn't really know what to expect, I was like 'we're testing', but they turned to be real artists 🀩. Everyone was free to represent the scene of their choice, in the frame of respecting a few guidelines (especially on the decor on the outside of the box). This work was done at home following the transition to hybrid home/school education. They took pleasure in making their box, a shared pleasure in sharing the fruit of their work with the whole class. This comic is free/libre and accessible on all media (pc, tablet, smartphone, and of course in paper version). There is not necessarily a lot of text to read on it, which is not negligible for some students, and the humor between the duo is quite well appreciated ☺️. ~ Norah Flammang (teacher at EESPSCF Saint-Mard)

I asked the permission to also share this boxes here on the blog because I wanted this visual to not be only stored on Facebook ;-). I put all of them here under on a gallery. A big bravo to the students, your boxes are great! πŸ‘ Also, bravo to their teacher for the excellent idea.

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Gallery of the boxes made by students:

(note: photos added here with the permission of their teacher)

Box 1

Box 2

Box 3

Box 4

Box 5

Box 6

Box 7

Box 8

Box 9

Box 10

Box 11

Box 12

Box 13




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6 comments

link Max   - Reply

Wow! I am amazed by the kids' creativity.

link jan Ke Tami   - Reply

suwi a! This is fantastic

link Andreas   - Reply

Great idea and i really think the students get the point and story from their chosen scene. Just so nice work. Its really a pleasure to watch.

link JavierSam   - Reply

Fantastic derivative work! Congratulations to all of them!

link Vulphere   - Reply

Beautiful work!

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