Head Hunters: Scott’s 3D Project Grabs Attention

We journalists for Paoli Media pride ourselves in finding out all of the latest information and biggest stories. Yet, recently, we were humbled by the fact senior Kennon Scott has been working on the ultimate “senior prank” since September, and our eyes are just now catching the mischief. 

Scott has been using a 3D printer and scanner to make hundreds of tiny figurines of his head and hiding them all throughout PHS for months to create a scavenger hunt.

“I figured out how to make a 3D scan of my face and I just printed one off and thought it would be funny to do it. It is a senior prank that will be remembered for years and it is hilarious,” said Scott. 

Coming up with this idea all on his own, Scott has currently made 141 heads and will have 250 printed and hidden before the end of the year.

“There will also be some secret rare characters of mine that people can find that are numbered past 250,” said Scott. 

Students (and staff) can find these objects in all different colors, including white, red, black, blue and even gold. They are everywhere from on top of clocks in the hallway to inside books in the library.

“I figured out how to make a 3D scan of my face and I just printed one off and thought it would be funny to do it.”

Senior Kennon Scott

“If people find them, they can do whatever they want with them: keep them, chuck them, it doesn’t matter. All I have to say is whoever has the most by the end of the school year will receive a grand prize,” said Scott. 

Students are encouraged to send photos of their “Kennon Heads” to @phsmedianews on Instagram in order for us to keep track of which ones have been found. 

“To anyone wanting to truly find some, follow me on Instagram and Snapchat and I will be dropping hints every now and then before the school year ends. After I have graduated, however, the rest that remain must be found on your own,” said Scott. 

Happy hunting!

Story by Gracie Walls

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