Slinkachu is a British street artist, best known for his Little People Project series, which consists of remodelling and repainting miniature figurines which are then installed and photographed in public places, left permanently in place for visitors and passersby to find.
Our KS3 students have been working on their Slinkachu projects and aren’t the results fab! They designed the scenes themselves, taking inspiration from the artist and using props and miniature models, they’ve created some super unique and fun photography.
A few weeks ago on an incredibly snowy day, students braved the cold weather to take some fantastic snowy day photos for our Art Department Snow Day Competition! We were so pleased with the results that we decided to make them into a colourful collage to show off the students artistic Photography abilities! Well done everyone, Positive Points all around!
Graphic Designers create visual concepts to communicate information and our 6th form students are learning to do just that. They study Graphic Designs links into different industries and learn about the development of ideas, from posters and billboards to packaging, logos and marketing materials. Graphic Designers use elements such as shapes, colours, typography, images and more to convey ideas to an audience.
Year Nine have been learning about the Pop Art movement. They selected their hero or icon and represented them using lino print and simplified drawing to create a striking final piece. Have a look at some of their outcomes below.
After six months of exploring a range of different drawing techniques using pencil, fine liner, ink coffee and painting materials such as water colour and acrylic painting, Year 10 art students then moved into print-making, take a look a the range of outcomes produced below. We hope you enjoy looking at them.
Over the Christmas holidays, Year 12 photography students were challenged with documenting their family through the medium of candid photography. Through these photographs we get to see a highly personal, cosy and natural snapshot of the winter holidays.
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