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Kids Draw the Internet

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Internet week, Can you draw the Internet

The Internet by Artangashi of James Madison High School. (Does that whale mean that Twitter is down???)

It’s Internet Week here in New York City, and as part of the festivities, professional artists and children alike have attempted to do what only South Park has done: draw the Internet.  The works are on display at the Internet Week New York headquarters (125 West 18th Street) through 6pm on Thursday, June 9th.  The project is a collaboration between ad agency Saint and the website Prints by artists like Josh Harris, Doug Rushkoff, Seth Indigo Carnes, and Shelter Serra are being sold to benefit The NYC Department Of Education’s general fund.  Take a look at these hilarious and awesome drawings and tell me these kids didn’t nail it!

Can you draw the Internet, Internet Week

By Nina Drozdenko of St. Peter/St. Francis School

Can you draw the Internet, Internet week

By Megan Smith of Cornwall Central Middle School

Can you draw the Internet, Internet Week

"The blue trail to stalkers' ville" by Sabrina Tran of Germantown Academy

Can you draw the Internet, Internet Week

By Jessica of E13 Primary Schools

Can you draw the Internet, Internet week

By Alice Foster of Copleston High School

To see more pictures of the Internet, visit  And since rainbows seem to be a common theme in so many of the drawings, give yourself a much-needed pick me up by watching this:  You know, in honor of the Internet.

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Carolyn Castiglia is a New York-based comedian/writer wowing audiences with her stand-up and freestyle rap. She’s appeared in TONY, The NY Post, The Idiot’s Guide to Jokes and Life & Style. You can find Carolyn’s writing elsewhere online at and The Huffington Post. Read bio and latest posts → Read Carolyn's latest posts →

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