Vaughan Primary School in Harrow has partnered with Adobe to give Year 5 students the opportunity to showcase their creative skills for Earth Day.
Adobe tasked the students to draw their own Climate Superhero, complete with unique powers to protect the environment and combat climate change.
In an inspiring display of creativity, imagination, and sustainability, Adobe has combined children’s imaginative drawings with the possibilities of Photoshop. After careful consideration, a handful of impactful drawings were chosen, and Adobe partnered with several Photoshop experts to bring these Climate Superheroes to life.
The digital creators, including Gemma Gould, Amrit Birdi, Corah Louise, Nuria Boj, and Tommy, harnessed the students’ drawings to create stunning, dynamic images that captured the essence of each Climate Superhero. The results were truly impressive and spoke for themselves.
Josefia Rangahnathan from class 5c, along with Alexander, Maia, Alison from classes 5a and 5b and Zahabiya were among the winners of the inspiring drawings at Vaughan Primary School in Harrow.
Their designs demonstrated a deep understanding of climate change and the urgent need to protect our planet.
Through this initiative, Adobe has encouraged the next generation to engage with environmental issues and find innovative solutions to the challenges we face.
For more information on Photoshop and Adobe’s commitment to sustainability, visit their website.
The Climate Superheroes created by the talented students at Vaughan Primary School are a reminder that every individual has the power to make a difference, and together, we can create a more sustainable world.