Going Dotty for Lichtenstein

Ahead of our planned trip to the Lichtenstein exhibition at the Tate Modern, the boys have been learning a bit about Lichtenstein and his art. Today, we made tributes to Lichtenstein based around advertisements. Gman and I based our paintings on adverts from a food magazine, and Waif made his own advert for a games console. We used good ole sequin waste to get the dotty effect. What fun!

Here’s mama’s frying pan:

Lichtenstein style - mama

Gman’s knife:

Lichtenstein style - G

And Waif’s games console:

Lichtenstein style - R

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3 thoughts on “Going Dotty for Lichtenstein

  1. It all looks like great fun!
    Let us know how the trip went 🙂

  2. Andria says:

    These look great. You’ll have to let Gman know that his is my favorite!!

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