portrait / fragmentation 8th grade Students can cut up self-portrait photograph and use as basis of a drawing or collage. Surrealism.

Collage // portrait / fragmentation grade Students can cut up self-portrait photograph after they finish their drawings and have an accompanying piece. Collage with text?

Hamilton Christian School Yearbook - 2011  (Designer: Daniel Nelson for From Up North graphic design)

Mixed Graphic Design Inspiration

This is a yearbook people!my school yearbook was terrible. Love the use of angular shapes and colorful pictures. Hamilton Christian School Yearbook - 2011 (Designer: Daniel Nelson for From Up North graphic design)

How To Make A Collage Some Simple Tips | http://art.ekstrax.com/2014/11/make-collage-simple-tips.html

winter collage with torn papers, tonal black and white strips creating an effective pattern and textural art for further exploration for design ideas

Silhouette Self-Portraits - I love this but I can't get the kids to cut up magazines! Maybe i will cut some up for them :) . They just can't believe it is okay.

Self Portrait Collage: "What is in Your Head?" Trace silhouettes, then fill in their head with a magazine collage of what is going on in their brain.

The Examiner by Katherine Kotaw: "Electronic cigarettes in the workplace: Could they boost productivity?"

Long eyelashes Girl Golden age Vintage Summer Make up Hair Beauty Art Fashion Beach Waves Sunset Hipster Old fashion // Graphic Design

DAVID HOCKNEY : Nicholas Wilder Studying Picasso, 1982 #CompositePolaroid #Polaroid #Photography

David Hockney - Nicholas Wilder Studying Picasso, 1982 composite polaroid, 48 x 26 in.

David Hockney "Mother" Great Examples of "Joiners" here http://thedelightsofseeing.blogspot.co.uk/2011/03/cubism-joiners-and-multiple-viewpoint.html

Kids Get Arty - Exploring David Hockney & Photo Montage

David Hockney, Mother: another manipulated-photo work of art. Hockney is the originator of this technique. *LINK to Cubism*

Collage David Hockney ... Five years from college and I still love his work

This is my favorite David Hockney cubism photo because it shows the sky, the subject(building) and the ground all at once. It includes leading lines and pattern.


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