1. To explore the work of artist John
Kenn and produce two artist analysis
of his images.
2. To produce work on post it notes
inspired by Kenn and surrealism.
All students will produce a group artist
analysis using the worksheet and
present with the group to the class.
Most students will produce an individual
artist research in their sketchbooks
using the resources provided.
Some students will begin creating their
own 6 post it note images inspired by
Kenn and the surrealist images from
• Post it note Art:
Born in Denmark 1978.
John Kenn writes and
directs television shows
for kids. But has recently
become famous for his
drawings of monsters on
post-it notes... “it is a
little window into a
different world, made on
Analysing an artists work.....
In groups of 4 look at the image on the sugar paper and answer work together
to answer the questions on the artist analysis sheet on your table. Be prepared
to present your answers to the class.
Using the sheet and the example on the board analyse the new image
individually into your sketchbook using the layout recommended.
• Post it note Art
Create 6 post it note
pieces of art using
inspiration from the
handouts. Only use
Homework: Complete 6 post it note drawings
• Matchbox Art
Using inspiration from
the images on the
handouts create a
surrealist painting on
the top of your
Create a concertina
booklet that fits inside
your matchbox and has
Create a small
surrealist image on
each side of your
• Alice In Wonderland
Complete matchbox art
concertina from last lesson.
Read the extract from ‘Alice
Create a 5 page concertina
to show a step by step story
board of the scene of a part
of the extract.
Homework: Complete concertina
• Mad Hatters tea party – Shoe Box Concertina
Pick a seat at the
tea party and
draw the objects
in front of you to
fill 2 of the
squares on your
concertina. Use a
detailed as you
Eduardo Recife is an artist, illustrator,
graphic designer, and typographer from
Brazil. He is creator of Misprinted Type, a
website featuring his personal works,
collages, drawings, and typefaces
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