School: Thunder Mountain High School
I drew inspiration for a hexagonal box from other square and rectangle boxes, but I wanted to spice it up a bit. The box itself was built out of slabs using a protractor and ruler to measure all of the pieces of the box. The hexagonal shape of the box gave way to the design of the flower on the lid, and placement of the petals. The flower and colors of the box were inspired by the water lily, which grow from the dark bottom of a pond then are beautiful when they reach the surface. Green on the lid to represent a lily pad floating on the water, the light blue outside, and the flower sits on top of the pad. The inside is dark blue to be the deep, dark water underneath the surface from which the flower grows.