Year 9 graffiti artist creates a sign for his classroom
MANY graffiti artists work outdoors and never want to get found out - but a student at Soham Village College has been commissioned to create a graffiti sign for a class room.
Year nine pupil Jamie Cammann has come up with a stunning design for the design and technology room, and has stayed behind at school four or five times to complete the colourful masterpiece.
The design - which says Design and Tech - has been mounted on board and painted with acrylics, and is now on the wall above the room’s white board, as part of a room revamp.
Resistant materials teacher Adam Roberts said: “I commissioned Jamie to create a sign for my classroom. The work looks awesome and that’s all down to Jamie. He really has a great skill.
“We wanted to give the room a face lift, and Jamie has been interested in graffiti for some time. He designed and painted the graffiti art to create colour and vibrancy.
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“It is really amazing. All the students think it is awesome. It shows them that graffiti is not always a bad thing, and it can good when in the right place.”
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