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Transcript of Eric Carle
Color & Emotion
Image by Tom Mooring
Eric Carle's Unique Process
From Eric Carle's Website:
how he creates his tissue paper
Born in NY (1929); moved to Germany at age 6
Liked drawing & scribbling since he was a boy
Moved back to US (1952); became a graphic designer
Partnered with Bill Martin Jr. on:
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do You See? (1967)
Began writing/illustrating his own books; nearly 80 of them!
People’s emotional connection with color is consistent across age groups and culture
Studies suggest that young children have positive feelings/reactions to bright colors
Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? (1967)
1, 2, 3 to the Zoo (1968)
The Very hungry Caterpillar (1969)
Pancakes! Pancakes! (1970)
The Tiny Seed (1970)
Do You Want to Be My Friend? (1971)
Rooster's Off to See the World (1972)
Have You Seen My Cat? (1973)
The Mixed-Up Chameleon (1975)
The Grouchy Ladybug (1977)
The Very Busy Spider (1984)
A House For Hermit Crab (1987)
The Very Quiet Cricket (1990)
Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? (1991)
Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? (2003)
10 Little Rubber Ducks (2005)
Color and Collage
how he creates his illustrations
Collage is an artistic technique where the artist attaches different objects or materials to a surface to produce new art.
These different objects can be recycled from another source: torn paper, buttons, photographs, newspaper clippings.
Eric Carle uses his own style of collage, he creates his colorful paper which he then physically cuts and pastes together to form a new image. He uses these images to illustrate both his own books, and books written by other authors.
Examples of his work
Digital collage image of cat made with "Shape Collage" and app you can get for your iphone or ipad or laptop
Different types of collage:
Color & Emotion Activity
Many Names of Green
spring leaves on trees...
morning dew on grass...
generosity shown to a friend...
calmness as I read my favorite book...
my favorite color...
The word collage is derived from the French verb
which means "to glue."