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Project #05

Repetition Poster
Due: August 29

Summary

Using our art supplies, make a poster that illustrates repetition. Non-digital.

Guidelines

  • Use white 9" x 12" paper as the foundation for your design.
  • Design it in landscape format: with the 12" edge going left-to-right and the 9" edge going top-to-bottom.
  • You can use any of the available materials to complete your ad: markers, colored pencils, crayons, rulers, compasses, colored paper, scissors, glue. Do not cut pictures from magazines.
  • Start your design in pencil so you can make adjustments before you finalize your design.
  • Write the word REPETITION in letters at least two inches high somewhere on your poster, so they can be read across the room. Check your spelling!
  • The rest of your poster must be arranged like this:
    • At least four identical items or shapes repeating in an orderly fashion; this is consistency.
    • An additional item that is nearly identical but different in a distinctive way; this is unity with variety.
  • Here are some ways to make this single item distinct:
    • Make it significantly bigger or smaller, or
    • Make it a very different color, or
    • Flip or turn the item, or
    • Put the item on its own, away from the other, orderly items.
  • Make it colorful.
  • Make it neatly. Take your time.

 

Here are three examples:

repetition poster example 1

repetition poster example 2

repetition poster example 3

 

The best six to nine posters will be displayed on the wall throughout the year.

 

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