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  • 200 bce China with the invention of paper
  • In fact, younger demographics spend nearly as much time soaking up media as their older counterparts; they just use different screens.
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    • 1. WHY COLLAGE?Art 101 •  Exploration 1
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    • 3. A collage (from the French: coller, to glue) is a work of formal art, primarily in the visual arts, made from an assemblage of different forms, thus creating a new whole.
      Source: Wikipedia
    • 4. Picasso (1911-12 ) Still Life with Chair Caning
    • 5. Pablo Picasso (1912 ) Glass and Bottle of Suze
    • 6. VladmirTatlin (1915 ) Corner Counter-Relief
    • 7. Man Ray, (1921) Gift
    • 8. Hannah Hoch, 1930s Germany
    • 9. Hannah Hoch, 1930s Germany
    • 10. Hannah Hoch, 1930s Germany
    • 11. Richard Tuttle, (1998) New Mexico and New York #14
    • 12. Richard Tuttle
    • 13. “Postmodern” Example
    • 14. Example made from newspaper
    • 15. Example - Digital
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    • 17. WHY advertising?
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    • 19. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBY THE TIME YOU ARE 65,YOU WOULD HAVE SPENTNINE YEARSIN FRONT OF THE TVsource: TV Free America
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    • 21. No, it's not your imagination. The amount of advertising and marketing North Americans are exposed to daily has exploded over the past decade; studies show, that on average we see 3,000 ads per day. At the gas pumps, in the movie theatre, in a washroom stall, during sporting events—advertising is impossible to avoid.
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    • 24. Each day, more than 3,900 kids become regular smokers.
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    • 27. Your assignment:
      To create a mock “billboard,” with Time Square as the site, that communicates a message you want to tell the world.
      YOU are the advertiser.
      You can use image alone, or image with a small amount of text.
    • 28. Your goals:
      To wonder about “big idea” messages that have personal meaning to you. Try out a few…
      To develop a “billboard” through collage.
      To unify text and image into a communicable message.
      To craft your artwork, use basic graphic principles such as light/dark/ symmetry/asymetry.
      To complete the project as much as possible in class.
    • 29. You should ask yourself:
      WHAT do I want to say?
      HOW do the given materials behave?
      WHY do this?

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