High School Transforms Hallways With Giant Book Murals
Students were surprised with the murals when they returned from break
Students at a high school in Illinois got quite the surprise when they returned from winter break - the entire English department hallway was decorated with giant, literary-themed murals.
And they're simply incredible.
Mundelein High School's English department hallway was given a major face lift over the holidays when the school commissioned six floor-to-ceiling murals outside the classrooms of teachers Ryan Buck, Mike Dayton, and Mark Landuyt.
The murals were printed on adhesive vinyl sheets and represent the favorite books of each of the departments' English teachers.
Image via Facebook/Mundelein High School
Buck's classroom door is now donned with “All American Boys” by Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely and “Born to Run” by Christopher McDougall. “These are two books that I would choose as my favorites,” Buck, who spearheaded the mural project, tells the Daily Herald. “But they're also books that students really enjoy.”
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