Monday, June 15, 2009

Artist Secrets "F Word" Message on Yearbook Cover

Shades of those old puzzles where you had to find hidden images in a picture. A high school yearbook in Shaker Heights, OH, has been "recalled," sort of, when it was discovered that the student artist who designed the cover secreted the words "F All Y'all."

Of course, you had to turn the yearbook cover upside-down and look carefully. Most likely, I'd guess it was found by a student, rather than a school employee with too much time on their hands.

Shaker Heights High School Principal Michael Griffith wrote in a letter to students and parents that the cover of the yearbook, which featured a gathering of the school's Red Raider mascots, also contained the above "farewell message." In the letter, the offending student apologized, as well.

Cosmetic surgery is being done on the covers to remove the message. One has to wonder if the student or his parents are being billed for this; considering the budget issues of schools today, they should be.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

It looks to me like, whom ever it was that discovered this, needs to find a day job. They obviously have way too much free time on their hands.

Anonymous said...

looks like they need better art classes, but the kid should get props for creativity :D

Anonymous said...

On big-boy blogs, when you click on an image, you actually see an enlarged version of that image... not just the same size on a black background.