The Future of Children’s Books


Students were asked to create entries for the Wired Found Photoshop Contest. In February 2010, Wired Magazine asked readers to predict the future of children’s books. Below, are the student creations responding to this theme. Their learning objectives included design, photography, animation and concept realization. All imagery is original, no stock images here. At the bottom of this post you can see their concepts come to life in animation.

Click here for more info on the Wired Found Photoshop Contest

Update: The kids won a print mention for their design work in the May 2010 Wired Issue

Created by Monty Aguilar and Lauren Bielma

Created by Joshua Jarboe and Johnathan Ramirez

Created by Kelvin To and Charae Pimentel

Created by Vanessa Segura and Yoselin Lopez

Created by Eric Harmatz and Jacob Harris

Created by Jasmine Bell and Stephen Pineda

Created by Ana Forsythe

Created by Elmo Arteaga and Jesus Cisneros

Created by Jarrod Johnson and Kevin Palma

Created by Jake Neighbors and Yaya Aguayo

Created by Stephanie Luna and Sophie Santiago

Created by Aaron Rucinski

Created by Jade Tyler

Created by Grant Noble and Nyachare Gatkuoth

Created by Diana Barlow and Paul Santillan

Created by Joana Juarez and Deyna Rivera

Created by Dagney Hollman and Chandler Hood

Created by Esther Ballesteros

Created by Nic Nash and Jonathan Aguila

Created by Kate Lee Newcomb and Ariel Swingley

Created by Shelma Soto and Ashley Mathews

Created by Eric Watts and Leland Clemmons

Created by Truman Dodd

Created by Ariana Galvin

Created Luke Hatschbach

Animations of all the above concepts.

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