If you're an IB teacher, then these IB learner profile posters will be right up your alley. I made these for my wife's classroom because wanted a fun way to remind her students of these qualities, and because I like drawing animals.
I host a weekly illustration class with students at a school in Hong Kong, and last week I had the brilliant idea doing a class inspired by the work of Javier Perez. Basically we just grabbed a bunch of random stuff and turned them into other random stuff. Here's some of their pieces:
I sometimes look at other cartoons and wonder what they would look like if the Land of Le Beef created them. In keeping with the spirit of curiosity, I present to you some of the most beloved breakfast cereal icons from those days when you used to basically eat a bowl of sugar every morning. I think my favourite used to be Capt'n Crunch, although those Lucky Charms marshmallows were pretty awesome too.
every once in a while I like to do something really special, like draw a birthday gecko inside of a pelican's mouth*
* actually, a friend of mine was having a birthday, so I asked her what her favorite animal was so that I could make her a super awesome card. She said a pelican and a gecko, and that is how this illustration came to be. I think it might be the only one in existence.
I realize that on the surface, the title of this post makes no sense whatsoever; as though I just decided to string three random words together in the hopes that no one would notice. Well I assure you that there is both a rhyme and a reason to it.
By now I'm sure you are all familiar with the collaborations between the Land of Le Beef and Woodland Pre-Schools (more info on that here and here). Each of the Woodland classrooms is named after a different animal, and in this latest Beef-Woodland collaboration I went in and illustrated each classroom's character on a chalkboard that is mounted outside of the room. The result was unlike anything that the Land of Le Beef has produced before...