You should have a series of images now for possible inclusion on your leaflet. You need to make sure you have enough variety of imagery to enable you to make a good leaflet. Aim to get up to date with all research and practical work – acetate collages, expressive type, all forms of printmaking, drawing etc. The more the better as you will be also be asked to complete imagery on the leaflet to fill each of the 8 boxes on one panel with varying images to show:
1) Abstract: An image showing a section, portion or heavily cropped image that has been developed using paint\expressive mark making.
2) Representational: An image taken from observation or a photograph that resembles an object or figure.
3) Linear: An image using line only but can involve colour and surface additionally.
4) Collage: An image using found materials newspapers, magazines, fabrics, metals etc.
5) Pop Art: An image which uses symbols, signs and other well understood images within our culture i.e. male ♂ and female ♀ symbols, x and y chromosomes, kisses xxx, targets, +, = signs → ? ♥ £ † $, icons of popular culture, film stars, pop stars, images of consumerism e.g. packaging labels, advertising, domestic appliances.
6) Photographic: This includes any of your location shots, studio set ups, black and white, colour, digital photography experiments with Polaroids.
7) Photomontage: Collage using photographic imagery cut and pasted together. Humorous or satirical images e.g. Monty Python’s Meaning of Life.
8) Text: An image made up entirely from layered text using provocative statements, information, famous sayings, a line from a poem, personal important diary entry dates etc. Your message should be clear and emphatic and come from your life cycle.
IT IS VITAL YOU HAVE AT LEAST 15 STRONG VARIED IMAGES TO WORK FROM TO MAKE YOUR LEAFLET. There will a bit of time to add to your images produced so far but you are strongly advised to make sure you have completed everything to date well.
Look up https://handmadefont.com/ and pick 3 fonts that are expressive and inventive.
Show examples of inventive font within a moodboard and annotate why you are drawn to these. Use these as inspiration to produce your own expressive messaging using found materials, objects at home i.e. the word death could be produced with soil, bones, twigs etc.
E.g. The word teenager could be made up from make up, clothes, graffiti, headphones, music, food etc.
Produce 3 expressive messages using varying materials and found objects. Photograph these and edit for printing in your sketchbooks.