Draw Like an Artist : Pop Art | Author: Patricia Geis

When Pop Art burst on the art scene in the 1950s as a reaction against abstract expressionism, it found instant favour with its colourful use of images from advertising, signs, soup cans, Coke bottles, and even comic strips.

This playfulness is front and centre in Draw Like an Artist: Pop Art: a collection of eighteen fun and colourful activities for aspiring Warhols, Hockneys, and Lichtensteins ages ten and up, or anyone who enjoys working with colour, pattern, and pop-culture imagery, and gaining a better understanding of the 20th century's most popular art movement. Sixteen perforated pages provide plenty of raw material for collage, drawing backgrounds, and inspiration.

29.7 x 23.5cm
64 pages

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