Pop Art <br />A form of art that shows images, objects or scenes from everyday life that are manipulated or changed using ...
Who<br />Andy Warhol<br />Roy Lichtenstein<br />Claes Oldenburg<br />Robert Rauschenberg<br />Tom Wesselmann<br />
Andy Warhol“Campbell’s Soup”1968<br />Andy Warhol“Sixteen Jackies”<br />1964<br />
Roy Lichtenstein<br />“Whaam!”<br />1963<br />Roy Lichtenstein<br />“Hopeless”<br />1963<br />
Roy Lichtenstein<br />“Brush Stroke”<br />1996, enlarged and fabricated 2002-03 <br />
Tom Wesselmann<br />“Still Life #24”<br />1962<br />Tom Wesselmann "Smoker number 1 (Mouth number 12)" 1967<br />
Robert Raushchenberg<br />“Signs”<br />1970<br />
Claes Oldenburg<br />“Spoonbridge and Cherry”<br />1985-1988<br />Claes Oldenburg<br />“Dropped Cone”<br />2001<br />
2D Pop Art Task<br />We are learning to manipulate or change a head shot portrait using techniques and themes inspired fr...
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Pop Art using Digital Photos

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 2. Pop Art <br />A form of art that shows images, objects or scenes from everyday life that are manipulated or changed using techniques of commercial art and popular illustration.<br />
  • 3. Who<br />Andy Warhol<br />Roy Lichtenstein<br />Claes Oldenburg<br />Robert Rauschenberg<br />Tom Wesselmann<br />
  • 4. Andy Warhol“Campbell’s Soup”1968<br />Andy Warhol“Sixteen Jackies”<br />1964<br />
  • 5. Roy Lichtenstein<br />“Whaam!”<br />1963<br />Roy Lichtenstein<br />“Hopeless”<br />1963<br />
  • 6. Roy Lichtenstein<br />“Brush Stroke”<br />1996, enlarged and fabricated 2002-03 <br />
  • 7. Tom Wesselmann<br />“Still Life #24”<br />1962<br />Tom Wesselmann "Smoker number 1 (Mouth number 12)" 1967<br />
  • 8. Robert Raushchenberg<br />“Signs”<br />1970<br />
  • 9. Claes Oldenburg<br />“Spoonbridge and Cherry”<br />1985-1988<br />Claes Oldenburg<br />“Dropped Cone”<br />2001<br />
  • 10. 2D Pop Art Task<br />We are learning to manipulate or change a head shot portrait using techniques and themes inspired from pop art.<br /> Materials:<br />Head shot images<br />Photo Filtreprogramme<br />Black and white photoopies of headshot<br />Pastels<br />Black Vivids<br />Laminate<br />Wet wipes<br />

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