Problem: On six separate 8”X8” sheets of Bristol board, create visual equivalents for each part of the nursery rhyme “Jack & Jill” by using the dingbats and/or punctuation marks given on the assignment sheet. These marks, symbols, and pictograms can be used individually or combined to develop a visual metaphor.
We spent a lot of time discussing how our version of “Jack & Jill” is going to be and what to show on each slide. In the end, after much discussion and debate, we decided to go with the nasty adult version of Jack & Jill. It was amazing how our ideas come together and how each person contributes better and better ideas, based on our concept of the nasty version of Jack & Jill. As a Group, we divided the work equally and each of us did what we’re strong at different aspects of craftsmanship.
1. Jack & jill
2. Went Up The Hill
3. To Fetch a Pail of Water
4. Jack Fell Down
5. And Broke His Crown
6. & Jill Came Tumbling After
This project took a lot of time and hard work, but in the end it turned out to be worth it.
We had a lot of positive feedback and the viewers understood where we’re trying to go with the project.