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  • http://www.learner.org/courses/learningmath/geometry/keyterms.html#r
  • http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_english/selfie
  • Helpful source: http://4lyk-stavroup.thess.sch.gr/lessonscclass/Symmetria.pdf

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  • 1. Jeanie Tran Boise State University Math 257
  • 2. Table Of Contents  History of Pop Art  Artists  Andy Warhol  Robert Rauschenberg  Roy Lichtenstein  Vocabulary  Reflection  Rotation  Transformation  Selfie  Regular and Irregular Polygon  Lets make your own Pop Art  How to make your own Pop Art  Steps One to Five  Relations to Geometry  Reflection  Rotation  Transformation
  • 3. Pop Art is a style of art which explores the everyday imagery that is so much a part of contemporary consumer culture. Common sources of imagery include advertisements, consumer product packaging, celebrity photographs, and comic strips (Art cyclopedia, n.d.). Leading Pop artists include Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, and Roy Lichtenstein. History of Pop Art (1950-60’s)
  • 4. Andy Warhol (1928-1987) •Warhol was born on August 6, 1928 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. •He is known for his modern pop art and his focuses of crossover between celebrity, advertising and artistic expression (Primary Facts, 2013). •He worked with many forms of media, including: painting, printmaking, photography, drawing, sculpture, film and music. He also started a magazine and wrote several books (Primary Facts, 2013). •.
  • 5. Andy Warhol’s Artwork
  • 6. Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) • Rauschenberg born in Port Arthur, Texas on October 22, 1925. • Well known for paving the way for pop art of 1960’s with a fellow named Jasper Johns. He worked with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, NY as costume and stage designer (A&E Television Network, 2014) . • He was an imaginative and eclectic artist mix with sculpture and paint in works called, “combine,” as seen in the Bed (1955) (A&E Television Network, 2014). • He was awarded the National Medal Acts in 1993.
  • 7. Robert Rauschenberg’s Artwork
  • 8. Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) • He was born in New York City on October 27,1923. • Lichtenstein was an American pop artist best known for his boldly- colored parodies of comic strips and advertisements (A&E Television Network, 2014). • He began his first art paintings using cartoon images and techniques derived from the appearance of commercial painting (Burgan, 2009). • The DreamWorks Record logo was his last completed project. (Burgan, 2009).
  • 9. Roy Lichtenstein’s Artwork
  • 10. Vocabulary Reflection Rotation Translation Selfie Irregular and Regular Polygon
  • 11. What is Reflection?  Reflection is a rigid motion, meaning an object changes its position but not its size or shape.  In a reflection, you create a mirror image of the object. There is a particular line that acts like the mirror.  In reflection, the object changes its orientation (top and bottom, left and right). Depending on the location of the mirror line, the object may also change location (Annenberg Foundation, 2014).
  • 12. What is Rotation?  Rotation is a rigid motion, meaning an object changes its position but not its size or shape.  In a rotation, an object is turned about a "center" point, through a particular angle. (Note that the "center" of rotation is not necessarily the "center" of the object or even a point on the object.)  In a rotation, the object changes its orientation (top and bottom). Depending on the location of the center of rotation, the object may also change location (Annenberg Foundation, 2014).
  • 13.  Translation is a rigid motion, meaning an object changes its position but not its size or shape.  In a translation, an object is moved in a given direction for a particular distance.  A translation is therefore usually described by a vector, pointing in the direction of movement and with the appropriate length.  In translation, the object changes its location, but not its orientation (top and bottom, left and right).. (Annenberg Foundation, 2014). What is Translation?
  • 14. What is a Selfie? A photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one is taken with a Smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website (Oxford University Press, 2014)
  • 15. What is the differences between regular and irregular polygon? If all angles are equal and all sides are equal, then it is regular, otherwise it is irregular
  • 16. Lets make our own Pop Art!
  • 17. Make your own Pop Art  Step one: Take a selfie of one or more individuals with a digital camera or smart phone.
  • 18. Make your own Pop Art  Step 2: Upload the selfie to a computer. Open the file with paint. Then resize the image by 50% or 25% then press okay on the tool bar.
  • 19. Make your own Pop Art  Step 3: Rotate the image “flip vertical” and/or “flip horizontal.”  Step 4: Right click “control A”(select all) on each image then “control V” to paste the image on Word Document. Then align all the selfies and make sure there is no gaps or space in between.
  • 20. Make your own Pop Art Step 5: In word document, right click on the screen then choose “format picture.” Adjust the picture color by clicking “recolor” and then select your color choice.
  • 21. Here is your Pop Art
  • 22. Relations to Geometry Pop Art with Reflection, Rotation, Translation
  • 23. Reflection  Create a mirror image of the object. There is a particular line that acts like the mirror.
  • 24. Rotation The object is turned about a "center" point, through a particular angle.
  • 25. Translation Moving ...... without rotating, resizing or anything else, just moving.
  • 26. References  A&E Television Network, LLC. (2014). Roy Lichtenstein Biography: illustrator and painter. Retrieved from http://www.biography.com/people/roy- lichtenstein-9381678#awesm=~oCT3baaRC7Wx2J.  A&E Television Network, LLC. (2014). Robert Rauschenberg Biography: illustrator and painter. Retrieved from http://www.biography.com/people/roy- lichtenstein-9381678#awesm=~oCT3baaRC7Wx2J.  Art cyclopedia. (n.d.). Artistic Movement: Pop Art. Retrieved from http://www.artcyclopedia.com/history/pop.html  Annenberg Foundation.(2014). Annenberg Learner: Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum. Retrieved from http://www.learner.org/courses/learningmath/geometry/keyter ms.html#r  Burgan, M. (2009). Roy Lichtenstein: Details of His Life. Retrieved from http://www.awdsgn.com/classes/fall09/webI/student/trad_mw/burgan/final_pr oject/pages/details.html  Oxford University Press.(2014). Selfie. Retrieved from http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_engl ish/selfie  Primary Facts.(2013). 10 Andy Warhol Facts. Retrieved from http://primaryfacts.com/818/10-andy-warhol-facts/
  • 27. Good luck ! by Miss Jeanie Tran