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VIRAL: U.S. students paint their parking spots and the results are pretty boss…

West Orange High School in Winter Garden, Florida, has developed a much-loved annual tradition, allowing students to unleash their inner creative genius all over the school parking lot…

Taken one day after the artwork was completed. Photo by TK Photography

The majority of students draw inspiration from their favourite literature, album or movie – anything deemed profound or personally meaningful enough to allow them to bust artistic boundaries and make the space truly their own.

Mark Hamilton, professional photographer and father of a West Orange High School Senior, used his camera savvy skills to capture the quirky event, even employing a drone to catch some colourful aerial snaps. Hamilton’s son decided to use one of his favourite movies, Nepolean Dynamite, as his muse.

“My son was elected Senior Class President. This was during his campaign,” Hamilton told Upworthy. “‘Vote for Pedro’ came up often in discussion. It fit.”

While Hamilton’s daughter took the lead from her favourite Disney film – Tangled.

Photo by TK Photography

Then this chick got totally psychedelic…

And this girl got involved in a stakeout…

This girl used it to preach…

This little lady got cute…

While this girl got deep and meaningful…

…Yes!

This girl got patriotic…

But this girl –

…this girl was a total Queen!

With her clever play on rapper Drake’s album titled, If you’re reading this it’s too late, Martha’s tongue-in-cheek wit won the hearts of social media, and her Twitter post had received over 25,000 shares at the time of writing.

Via Genius.com

“I’m happy my high school lets seniors do this,” Martha told Upworthy. “It’s awesome!”

Well Martha, we whole-heartedly agree. Let’s hope more schools around the world follow the innovative lead of West Orange High School, Florida.

Image via Twitter/Mark E Hamilton

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