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Year 9 Spring Term Project

Pop Art - Food and Drink

Laura Oswald

on 24 February 2013

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Possible classroom or homework tasks:
a)Look at the work of Roy Lichtenstein and produce a copy of his work.
b)Look at the work of Andy Warhol and produce a copy of his work.
c)Look at the work of Claes Oldenberg and produce a design for a large sculpture for a local park.
d)Produce an A3 mood board using images taken from newspapers, magazines, the internet with the theme ‘Food and Drink’. 1)Look at the work on the resource sheets by some of the Pop Artists below:
Andy Warhol
Roy Lichtenstein
Jasper Johns
James Rosenquist
Robert Indiana

2) Produce a title page which includes:
The title 'Pop Art - Food and Drink'
Small studies from a range of Pop Artists work taken from the resource sheets. Things to include what is ur favourite food?
what food is good for us?
what food is bad? Pop Art
Research Year 9 project Food and Drink PRODUCE A MIND MAP ON THE THEME OF FOOD AND DRINK TASK Title page task Warhol Pupil Work Lichtenstein Collect images of packaging OR look on the worksheets provided.
In your sketchbook produce 3x A5 studies of packaging (use a viewfinder). Draw/trace simplified outlines.
Use different materials to colour each image...oil pastel, colouring pencil, drawing pencil,
Packaging Task
Create a cardboard relief using card, papier mache and acrylic paints.
Use viewfinder (15cm x 18cm) to select interesting area of picture.
Produce into a poster using colour. Work from images of junk food packaging to produce a large A2 design.
Focus on overlapping and composition.
Apply colour tonally with watercolours, keeping colour restricted to each item.
Work over with colouring pencils to add texture. Junk Food Task Extension Task Construction Task Artist Reference
Enlarge design onto large sheet of card.
Build up simple areas with extra card
Cover with white tissue paper (two layers)
Paint detailed areas (acrylic paint). Johns Indiana Rosenquist Homework Tasks Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Task 4 Research your chosen artist, collecting at least 3 images and 3 interesting facts. Produce a A5 colour study of your artists work and
present with your images and facts. Collect food and drink packaging which shows a variety of colour and typography. Complete visual mind map on the theme of food and drink. "I've decided something: Commercial things really do stink. As soon as it becomes commercial for a mass market it really stinks."
Andy Warhol "In the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes."
Andy Warhol please note: individual teachers may set subsidiary homework tasks to support pupil learning. L1&2 Miss Oswald Homework Project Task 1
Make a concertina sketchbook using 2 long pieces of paper and
a glue stick. Task 2
Use the images on the Pop Art worksheets to produce a front page for your sketchbook.
It must include the title POP ART FOOD & DRINK. It must also use a combination of the images and fonts on the worksheets. Peer Assessment Look at the work.
What has been successful? Think about their use of line, shapes, text and imagery. Write down a POSITIVE comment.They were not asked to add colour so don't make a comment about this. Think about where they could improve. use the resource sheets to compare their drawings with the original images. Write a question to the pupil that would make them think about how they could improve their work. E.G. How are you going to adapt your text so that it looks more effective? Or How could you make the title stand out? L3&4 Miss Oswald Once you have drawn your front page and at least one pop art study you need to apply colour. L4 - Be able to copy/trace a few Pop Artist's work accurately, skillfully adding colour. L7 - Create an independent and intuitive Pop Art reference page, showing highly developed understanding of presentation and colour techniques. L6 - Experiment creatively with presentation and colour techniques to show your understanding of Pop Art. L5 - Creatively show your understanding of Pop Art through presentation and skillful colouring. In your sketchbook take ideas and shapes from your studies to create a series of TWO LINE drawing designs.
Each design could be a single page in your sketchbook.
Focus on overlapping, repetition and your overall composition.
Use viewfinder (15cm x 18cm) to select interesting area of picture.
Produce into a poster using colour. EXTENSION TASK
Take a tracing of the best design and repeat so that you can experiment with different colour ways. its best to add colour using colouring pencils or watercolours.
Designing "I suppose I would still prefer to sit under a tree with a picnic basket rather than under a gas pump, but signs and comic strips are interesting as subject matter."
Roy Lichtenstein Check out this pupil work at swanmoreart via instagram Today's Lesson
Lichtenstein: A Retrospective
Tate Modern: Exhibition
21 February – 27 May 2013
14, concessions available

Open until 20.00 on Sundays, with last ticket sale at 19.00.

The exhibition has just opened and is proving very popular this weekend. Some timeslots have sold out for advance bookings on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 February, though there are tickets available for next weekend. Please see below for booking advice.
Roy Lichtenstein, 'Whaam!' 1963 Check this out!
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