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Term 2 2015/2016 (De Stijl) Week 7,8,9,10

Term 2 2015/2016 (De Stijl) Week 7,8,9,10

Author: Kwa Wei Choon

Or "The style" advocated pure abstraction and universality by a reduction to the essentials of form and colour; they simplified visual compositions to the vertical and horizontal directions, and used only primary colors along with black and white.

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CA 1 Keith Haring (simplified human illustration)

CA 2 Yayoi Kunama (Polka dots illustration)

CA 3 Stencil Print (Cut-out method)- Chinese New Year (Zodiac)

CA 4 Mondrain - (De Stijl Wallpaper)

CA 5 Michael Craig- Martin (Object illustration- Composition)

Introduction to Tessellation

Week 10 & 11 (M.C. Escher) Optical Illusion

His work features mathematical objects and operations including impossible objects, explorations of infinityreflectionsymmetryperspectivetruncatedand stellated polyhedrahyperbolic geometry, and tessellations.



BUNNY ILLUSTRATION (Artist reference: Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter

sample of references.

Week 9 (Exam Week) - Bunny Creation/ Pencil Deco

Sample of artwork

a. subject matter references.

b. subject matter references.



Mondrian’s Shapes and Colors

Piet Mondrian was born in Netherlands in 1872. Mondrian’s father was an architect and he gave his son lots of drawing tools. Mondrian loved to create designs with rectangles.
He painted many of them using only primary colors outlined in black. He rarely used a ruler. His eyes guided his paintbrush to complete his geometric abstractions.

Student created example of Mondrian’s shapes and colors.

Subject matter  as references: Buildings, Windows, Keyboards Key.

Introduction to "Piet Mondrain" - Working With Abstraction