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Mashedup Children’s Book

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Mashup a children's book based on another cultural artifact. For example, framing Dr. Who as a children's book in the aesthetic of a Dr. Suess's work. See example from College Humor here: http://www.collegehumor.com/article:1811404

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Submissions So Far

Goodnight Sailor Moon

In case you can’t tell, this is a mashup of the classic children’s book Goodnight  Moon and the anime Sailor Moon.

My father is a HUGE anime fan. Fullmetal Alchemist, Bleach, Rurouni Kenshin, Gurren Lagann, InuYasha, Fate/Zero – you name it, he’s watched it. That is the power of Netflix.…

Jessie and the “Candy” Factory

Well, I’ll be honest. I haven’t watched any Breaking Bad. Honestly, I haven’t watched a lot of popular shows or movies. Which means, when doing the Mashup Children’s Book assignment (2.5 stars), I had pretty much no idea what to do! It was a fun idea, and I love …

Are You My Father?

For 2.5 stars this week, I completed the Mashedup Children’s Book assignment.  When I first started, I didn’t quite know where to start.

Mashup a children’s book based on another cultural artifact. For example, framing Dr. Who as a children’s book in the aesthetic of a Dr. Seuss’s work.

From …

Snow White visits the Mile High City

This week’s Mash up assignment was particularly difficult for me to conceptualize.  I read through every option and was not inspired to do any of them right off the bat.  I found one finally that sounded like something I could relate to my Denver theme.  The directions were to mash …

Even the Baltimore Police Department Does It!

This Mashed Up Children’s Book assignment made me chuckle. I am studying to be a teacher so I loved this idea. It took me awhile to choose the book I wanted to do. At first, I was going to do something like Charlotte’s Wire (Charlotte’s Web) or No, McNulty! (No, …

If You Give a Donkey a Waffle


Mashup Children’s Book: Mashup a children’s book based on another cultural artifact.

I really wanted to do something with If You Give a Mouse a Cookie since it was one of my favorite books growing up. Since the author made numerous sequels about pigs and pancakes and moose and …

Childbook Mashup

Childbook Mashup Assignment

For my Digital Media 1 class, we were required to replicate a children’s book and put a pop culture twist on it. I altered the assignment a little by putting an inside joke in it. My friend has a Toyota Supra, and I think it is one of the coolest …

The Grumpy Cat In The Hat

Grumpy Cat invades your childhood! I re-did The Cat In The Hat’s book cover in Illustrator by placing the well known Grumpy Cat’s face on it, and changing the title.

The Chronicles of Oz

DS106 Assignment:

Mashup a children’s book based on another cultural artifact. For example, framing Dr. Who as a children’s book in the aesthetic of a Dr. Suess’s work. See example from College Humor here: http://www.collegehumor.com/article:1811404

http://assignments.ds106.us/assignments/mashedup-childrens-book/

My Response: The Chronicles of Oz

Smokey the Bears

Mashedup Children’s Book
“Mashup a children’s book based on another cultural artifact.”

I decided to mash the Bearenstain Bears with Smokey the Bear in a children’s book cover:
I made this remix by finding a picture of the Bearenstain Bears on google (which I referanced above) uploading it in Picasa,…

Where are the wild things?

In this assignment we were required to remix a children’s book, using another cultural artifact. The book I choose was Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are, and I used the culture of partying to illustrate a double meaning to the word wild.
In creating this piece I took the…

Book Cover Mashup

Bill & Steve’s Bogus Journey (Childbook mashup)

Instructions
Design a Mashed Up Children’s Book in the style of this College Humor example. For your final piece, create a JPG image no less than 500 pixels in any dimension. Post to your blog, and submit the URL to this assignment. Be sure to use the DS106 assignment tags …

Jeff’s Childbook Mashup Assignment

I had a lot of fun creating this book. I’m already wanting to make another!…

Mashedup Children’s Book – BS

For this assignment, we were to mash up a children’s book cover with another cultural artifact. I chose to use “Curious George” since I remember reading them when I was a kid, and the internet in general. Just like George, all of us are curious to find new information. The…

Children’s Book ~Cyberinfrastructure~

Assignment: For my second DS106 assignment I was required to choose a section that I never done it before?Therefore I choose the “mashup assignment” because I found the perfect assignment to use?It is called Mashup Children’s Book 
Instructions:

Mashup a children’s book based on another cultural artifact. For example, framing…

Mashup Assignments “Mashedup Children’s Book”

Original assignment link
Process: Find a picture of Pikacu and Phoo. Conbine them and color them.
Story: They are extremely influential in both Japan and the US espicially in 90′s… They are both yellow… sort of animals which have a owner… Kawai hun? childhood remake!!…

Mashedup Children’s Book

The Assignment
Today, I decided to do an assignment from the Mashup Assignments called Mashedup Children’s Book by Jim Groom!!
The directions read:
Mashup a children’s book based on another cultural artifact. For example, framing Dr. Who as a children’s book in the aesthetic of a Dr. Suess’s work.

The…

The Power Giving Ring

Mashedup Children’s Book
Mashup a children’s book based on another cultural artifact. For example, framing Dr. Who as a children’s book in the aesthetic of a Dr. Suess’s work. See example from College Humor here.
Following the College Humor examples, I decided to merge a classic Children’s book with a…

Mashup: Children’s Book and The Pioneer

The Mad Tea Party.

Mashup Assignments: Mashedup Children’s Book
Mashup a children’s book based on another cultural artifact. For example, framing Dr. Who as a children’s book in the aesthetic of a Dr. Suess’s work. See example from College Humor here: http://www.collegehumor.com/article:181140
Since Scott asked us to have more variety…

Hungry caterpillar with Fukuda President?

This is for digital storytelling.Assignment name is Mashedup Children’s book.
I picked up Hungry caterpillar for this assignment.

I also picked up Fukuda President’s comments.”I can see myself objectively, so I am not like you”.This is really common phrase as Japanese politicians’ stupid comments.
Then what I created is this.…

Hungry caterpillar with Fukuda President?

This is for digital storytelling.Assignment name is Mashedup Children’s book.
I picked up Hungry caterpillar for this assignment.

I also picked up Fukuda President’s comments.”I can see myself objectively, so I am not like you”.This is really common phrase as Japanese politicians’ stupid comments.
Then what I created is this.…

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Tutorials So Far

IR Children’s Book Mashup

I took this children’s book and mashed it up with the game League of Legends to get this:…