This Japanese teacher's chalkboard drawings for his students belong in a museum
The best teachers utilize creativity and imagination when molding the minds of future generations and keeping them interested in their classroom surroundings. And a Japanese teacher has taken that dedication and artistic innovation to a new, untouchable level.
Going by hamacream on Twitter, the educator creates unbelievably detailed and masterfully intricate drawings on his classroom chalkboard. It almost pains us that each of his incredible images is only temporary and eventually erased.
The Last Supper — IN CHALK.
Just a little Picasso for his students.
The teacher documents his masterpieces on Twitter, and became more well-known after he shared his recreation of the characters from anime film, Your Name. hamacream will draw pictures requested by his students, leading him to produce the following piece of artwork — which has been retweeted more than 50,000 times.
We are so jealous of the students who get to watch these images come to life on any regular school day.
Some Disney for his students’ graduation, of course.
hamacream providing some Olympics history for his class.
There is no doubt in our minds that hamacream is the ~cool teacher~ on campus.