Back in secondary school, there was one time we had art class and the first assignment was to make our own art folder. We were given a large A3 vanguard sheet and the assignment was to cut out a template, fold it into a folder and decorate the exterior with a designs of shapes.
One possible design would be
Not Van Gogh or Picasso, but it’s good enough.
Below is the folder design I submitted. My teacher rejected my folder initially dismissing it as stripes and not shapes. I reasoned that my folder design consist of blue rectangles.
I carried the only art folder with stripes for the year … … I mean blue rectangles! :p
Thank you dear teachers, for not forcing your students to conform into model answers. ^.^
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Truth be told … I did that partly because I am lazy. It is said that the lazy will find innovative ways to do things. The truly lazy will convince someone else to do it. :p