FRAMINGHAM – SOURCE is accepting COVID-19 graphics and illustrations from Framingham students to publish with its news reports in 2020 and 2021.
SOURCE, a digital news media outlet, has been using photo services for COVID-19 graphics since the pandemic began earlier this spring.
Last week, SOURCE emailed Framingham Public Schools and Keefe Technical High School to see if their art students would be interested in creating their own coronavirus graphics.
The news outlet suggested the middle and high school students to be creative with its illustrations and graphics. SOURCE sent several examples, including one of a ball of yarn with pins in it to mimic the virus. The students were told to be creative. Images could be of the virus, vaccine, masks, sports, schools, life in Coronavirus pandemic times.
Students retain the ownership of the drawing or graphic, but provide the news outlet with permission to publish the graphic in 2020 or 2021, at no charge.
Students who wish to submit graphics or illustrations may do so at editor@Framinghamsource.com
Submissions should include name, age, school, and hometown.
Not all submissions will be used.
Submission should be submitted as jpeg, png or pdf files.
Below are some examples of the COVID-19 graphics the digital nes media outlet has been using from its photo services: