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  • HockneyInspiredDigitalCollagePhotoCubism

  • MeetDavidHockney David Hockney (born 1937) is

    a British born artist who lives in Los Angeles.

    He began his career as a painter, and it is earliest paintings that have earned him the label of Pop Artists.

    Many people consider Hockney a Pop Artist because his first paintings were light hearted and showed common scenes, much like the work of other Pop artists.

    David Hockney, 1967, A Lawn Being Sprinkled.

  • Later From 1973-1975 he lived in

    Paris and worked with two of Picassos printers.

    During this time he made etchings in memory of Picasso, who he greatly admired.

    It is very possible that Picassos cubist paintings inspired the photo collages that Hockney began creating in the 1980s.

    First Collage Style was the Grid Collage

    David Hockney, 1982, Kasmin

  • CubismInspira>onPicasso Cubism 1930s Hockney Photo Collage 1980s

  • HockneysStyle In addition to the grid collages, Hockney created collages

    by overlapping photographs.

    David Hockney, 1985, Place Furstenberg, Paris

  • David Hockney, Pearblossom Hwy., 11th-18th April, 1986, #2, 1986 Photographic collage of chromogenic prints, 78 x 111 in J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

  • David Hockney

  • David Hockney, Chair

  • ProjectInstruc>onsCreate 2 Hockney inspired Photo collages

    Picture must recreate either a Portrait, Landscape, or an Object

    You must use at least 20 (or more) photographs in your final image.

    You may complete the cubist collage digitally in Photoshop (using layers) OR print your images and create a real collage on a poster board.

  • Important Remember: it doesnt have to match up perfectly.

    The imperfections are what make this style so interesting.

    IMPORTANT: Do not crop images in Photoshop or with scissors (use what you have)! Take multiple pictures of the scene in front of you and choose the best pictures for your Hockney collage.

    NOTE: If you create your collage digitally, try adding a drop shadow to each layer to make it look more 3D.

  • PhotoshopDirec>ons Create a new blank document size 11x14

    Open all your photos in Photoshop and resize your images with the longest size at 3 inches

    Drag images to your new canvas

    Arrange images (do not crop images)

    Add a stroke or a drop shadow to each image layer to create a 3D collage effect.

    Save your work!