Henrico High School commissioned artist (and S23 teacher) Brooke Inman to work with students to develop iconography representing the entire student population and their paths around the high school campus.

The students chose shoes as representation for groups of students - upperclassmen, lowerclassmen, art students, math lovers, etc. Once the plan was developed and data gathered, S23 To-Go spent the week at Henrico High printing the iconography to represent every student at the school WITH EVERY STUDENT AT THE SCHOOL!

Students were busy printing, cutting shoes, and planning the final product. What’s that, you ask?! An 8’x28’ wheat pasted mural of the iconography to be installed in the Commons of Henrico High!

You can swing by Studio Two Three Monday, June 3 between 11am and 5 pm to watch the wheat pasting in action - we will be working with teachers and the students on the Mural Committee to make this big awesome dream a reality!

 Printing sunny yellow in the sun!

Printing sunny yellow in the sun!

 A cutting circle!

A cutting circle!

 When printing becomes a sport!

When printing becomes a sport!

 Not gonna lie, it's hot. A bucket of ice helped!

Not gonna lie, it's hot. A bucket of ice helped!

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