What you need to do…
• Your task is to incorporate a graphical way of working
into this project.
• This work will be based on an Artist that works in a
graphical style. A few artists you could study are:
Michael Craig Martin, Patrick Caulfield, Julian Opi,
Claire Rollett, Debbie Powell, Yusuke Yonezu
and Claudia Pearson
• Use a selection of coloured papers to create large scale
It can either be part-of, a close-up, or whole section of a
drawing or photograph of your chosen collection. Your
work should be presented on a sheet at least A2 in
Materials and Techniques
• You can incorporate a number of
Graphical elements into this piece of
• Your main medium is coloured paper
• You may also use fine liners and
markers to make your work graphical.
Martin is particularly
minimalism and uses
items to create quirky
He uses a range of
bold vivid colour
‘Inhale’, 2002, acrylic on canvas, 243.8 x 182.8cm
portraying a few
simple objects in
uses flat areas of
Opie graduated in 1983 from
Goldsmith’s School of Art,
where he was taught by
Michael Craig Martin.
His work really took off in the
1980’s after he produced a
series of painted metal
Opie's graphic portrait style
and his use of computer
aided design has enabled
him move between the fields
of contemporary art and
commercial design: in 2000,
he was commissioned to
design an album cover for
British pop band Blur..
Based in New York, London and Dorset
Debbie Powell is an illustrator and hand
letterer who works with water colours,
ink, linocut, pencil & pen and printmaking
to create her imagery for an range of
Pearson has been illustrating her
entire life and her work has been
published internationally in magazines
such as The New Yorker, The New
York Times, Elle and Travel & Leisure.
Claire Rollett is a London-based illustrator.
She studied at Chelsea School of Arts and
later graduated from Kingston University.
Rollett's work is expanding. From purely architectural drawings her portfolio now
includes people,food, transport & continues to grow