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J fish surrealism pp

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Great art lesson on how to design a skatedeck featuring the incredible work of Jeremy Fish.

Great art lesson on how to design a skatedeck featuring the incredible work of Jeremy Fish.


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  • 1. Introducing Surrealism: Early 1900’sFeaturingSalvador Dali and his alien signals...and other amazing artists.
  • 2. Spanish painter, sculptor, graphic artist, and designer
    The Persistence of Memory
  • 3. Surrealist works feature the element of surprise and unexpected juxtapositions
  • 4. It LOOKS like it might happen…but can it?
  • 5. Rene Magritte: He became well known for a number of witty and thought-provoking images. His intended goal for his work was to challenge observers' preconditioned perceptions of reality and force viewers to become hypersensitive to their surroundings.
  • 6. More Magritte…
  • 7. And…
    Have you seen this image?
  • 8. Current Surrealist: Jeremy Fish
    Famous for his:
    • Album covers
    • 9. Skate decks
  • Jeremy Fish is an illustrator/artist that currently lives in San Francisco
  • 10. Why do you think he is considered to be a surrealist?
  • 11. Common elements founds in a Fish design are:
  • 12. Examples of his work:
  • 13. More…
  • 14. Even Sculpture…!
  • 15. Aesop Rock Album
  • 16. YOUR TURN!!!
  • 17. Student ExamplesInanimate Object:Toaster
  • 18. Inanimate Object:Fountain
  • 19. Inanimate Object:Unicycle