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Work inspired by Warhol


We've looked at a lot of examples of Pop Art in class, including some of Andy Warhol's work. Following on from that the children made their own 'Pop Art' pictures. This time the subjects were 'The Simpsons' and 'The Muppets'. I've done things like Coke cans and Campbell's Soup tins before - they work well.

These are the ones they did with coloured pencils.

In the examples above the children drew their own pictures of the characters and then traced the image into each quarter of the page. Below are examples that were created by scanning and duplicating images (on the computer) and then using ink to colour them.

 

(Work by children at Edleston Primary School in Crewe)




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