Blue Duck, by Nick Bruskewitz and Troy Burrows.
Here's a little insight into their process.
“I drew the duck blue because I’ve never seen a blue duck before … and to be honest with you, I wanted to see a blue duck.”
So Nick and I were talking about what to do for windows. Somehow we got on the subject of Billy Madison. There’s this scene where Billy is on his journey from k-12 to prove to his dad he deserves to run Madison Hotels. During crafts time when Miss Lippy approaches, he’s drawing a blue duck.
So we were like what could be our blue duck? Then we were quiet for a while. Until Nick said: “I’ve always wanted to see what a bunch of electronics would look like painted the same color.” I said: “Cool.” Seemed like a blue duck.
Overall, what does this idea say? Is it an idea? Not sure. But it looks nice and it takes all these old electronics that didn’t have much to live for and gives them a second act. And we saw what they looked like painted. Maybe the idea is: they’re a reminder to go make blue ducks.