Some of my students are working on projects inspired by the book "From Ordinary to Extraordinary" by Ken Vieth.
One created a drawing that's a visual pun, though neither she nor I realized it until after she'd completed it.
She started with a picture (cut in half) of a dog, and the idea was to distort the other half in some weird way. As she worked on it, she kept saying that it was turning into a "ball" for some reason, and drew it that way.
As I was mounting it, getting ready to display it for Parents Weekend, I started laughing, realizing that she'd inadvertently created a "bassetball"!
Have any of you developed intentional (ha) lessons that challenge students to create humorous artwork that serve as visual puns?