This Teacher is Awesome

During our schooling days, most of us had at least that one inspiring teacher that we all loved. And for some kids in Japan, they can’t complain much because they’re lucky to have Hirotaka Hamasaki as their teacher.

As well as being a talented art teacher, Hirotaka is a skilled graphic designer who often wows his students with crazy chalk board art. Instead of writing boring notes or assignments on his board, the lovable teacher often creates stunning masterpieces to help his students grasp some historically-significant pieces of art.

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The teacher, who has been nicknamed ‘Hamacream’ by his students, has so far recreated ‘The Last Supper’ by Leonardo da Vinci and ‘Guernica’ by Pablo Picasso, ‘The Great Wave’ by Hokusai, as well as astonishing scenes from some popular anime films.

What’s perplexing about Hirotaka’s pieces of art is the fact that he uses nothing else but just an everyday piece of chalk and a blackboard eraser. This has not only elevated the fine arts teacher to something of a social media legend, but he’s literally left the entire art world on the edge of their seat.

So as you ponder over how this is even possible, you can move over to his Instagram and mull over the fact that he’s the sort of teacher you would probably have wanted back in your schooling days.

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