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Keith Haring Projects
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Keith Haring Projects

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Year 6 photoshop project that use Keith Haring as stimulus for producing artwork which reflected school social and moral issues.

Year 6 photoshop project that use Keith Haring as stimulus for producing artwork which reflected school social and moral issues.

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  • 1. Keith Haring Projects Finished Final projects
  • 2. During a Year 6 ICT unit relating to graphic art, the children used work by Keith Haring as inspiration. Keith Haring was an artist and social activist from New York that produced highly stylized graphic imagery, which became a widely recognized visual language of the 20th century. Background
  • 3. The assignment was to produce an artwork which emulated Keith Haring’s style whilst providing a message to the school community. Keeping healthy, bullying and internet safety were just some of the issues chosen by the students. Assignment
  • 4. The children started by studying the work of Keith Haring paying particular attention to his style and vision. Sketches were produced and then they scanned and imported into Photoshop. Bold lines were added on a layer above the sketch and then bright primary colours completed the piece for maximum impact. The finished pieces were then printed at a lab and are on display around the school. Process
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