Recovering The Classics Featured in Scholastic Teacher Magazine

May 24, 2016

Recovering The Classics Featured in Scholastic Teacher Magazine

We always love seeing our artists' work out in the wild. We love it even more when teachers are using our campaigns to get their students involved in art and activism. So we REALLY loved seeing our Recovering The Classics campaign featured in the May issue of Scholastic Teacher Magazine! 

See the full collection of original covers for some of some of the greatest works in the public domain from Recovering The Classics, or contribute your own design, here.

 

 





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