Artworks for Art Criticism<br />Pop Culture Unit<br />(Intro to Pop Culture Collage)<br />Rachel Thomas<br />Spring 2010 <...
Paper Dolls, By Emma Needham, 2009, paper collage<br />
Fashion Plate I<br />1967<br />Richard Hamilton<br />Screen-printed images, collage<br />
A comparison… <br />
Study for Fashion Plate B<br />
The Beatles<br />1968<br />Richard Hamilton<br />
Signs<br />1970<br />Robert Rauschenberg<br />Collage of screen-printed images from newspapers & magazines on canvas<br />
President Elect<br />1960-61<br />James Rosenquist<br />Oil on masonite board<br />
Homage to President Elect , Obama. By John Ritter, 2009<br />
A comparison…<br />
I Love You With My Ford<br />1961<br />James Rosenquist<br />Oil on canvas<br />
Study for I Love You With My Ford (James Rosenquist)<br />
Nomad<br />1963<br />James Rosenquist<br />Oil on canvas, mixed media (“combine”<br />
Pop Culture Sucks<br />2008<br />Unknown artist<br />Collage <br />
See No Evil<br />2008<br /> Michael Anderson<br />collage from street posters<br />
Collage Guidelines<br /><ul><li>  Collage that represents/reflects contemporary pop culture  (You will have to explain you...
  Must title work (may do this later on)
  No “white space” left on page
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Pop Culture Unit - selected pop culture artworks for Lesson 1 art criticism lesson. Also introduction to pop culture collage.

(Rachel Thomas, 2010)

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Pop Culture Artworks - art criticism

  1. 1. Artworks for Art Criticism<br />Pop Culture Unit<br />(Intro to Pop Culture Collage)<br />Rachel Thomas<br />Spring 2010 <br />
  2. 2. Paper Dolls, By Emma Needham, 2009, paper collage<br />
  3. 3. Fashion Plate I<br />1967<br />Richard Hamilton<br />Screen-printed images, collage<br />
  4. 4. A comparison… <br />
  5. 5. Study for Fashion Plate B<br />
  6. 6. The Beatles<br />1968<br />Richard Hamilton<br />
  7. 7. Signs<br />1970<br />Robert Rauschenberg<br />Collage of screen-printed images from newspapers & magazines on canvas<br />
  8. 8. President Elect<br />1960-61<br />James Rosenquist<br />Oil on masonite board<br />
  9. 9.
  10. 10. Homage to President Elect , Obama. By John Ritter, 2009<br />
  11. 11. A comparison…<br />
  12. 12. I Love You With My Ford<br />1961<br />James Rosenquist<br />Oil on canvas<br />
  13. 13. Study for I Love You With My Ford (James Rosenquist)<br />
  14. 14. Nomad<br />1963<br />James Rosenquist<br />Oil on canvas, mixed media (“combine”<br />
  15. 15. Pop Culture Sucks<br />2008<br />Unknown artist<br />Collage <br />
  16. 16. See No Evil<br />2008<br /> Michael Anderson<br />collage from street posters<br />
  17. 17. Collage Guidelines<br /><ul><li> Collage that represents/reflects contemporary pop culture (You will have to explain your imagery/theme later on)
  18. 18. Must title work (may do this later on)
  19. 19. No “white space” left on page
  20. 20. Images should overlap (i.e., don’t just stick a few images around the page)
  21. 21. Use High School-appropriate material for your collage!</li></li></ul><li>Ideas for filling “white space” <br /><ul><li> Patterns/colors cut from magazines
  22. 22. Newpaper/magazine text
  23. 23. Notebook paper </li></li></ul><li>Other design ideas/thoughts<br />Incorporating Text<br />Overlap images<br />Texture (tearing, crumpling, etc. of paper)<br />
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