The illustrator of a retelling of "Little Red Riding Hood" provides a step-by-step account of her work to reveal the principles of illustration and the role of shape and color in expressing ideas and emotions.
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When foster child Ethan becomes involved in a photography program for at-risk kids in an attempt to put his life on the right track, he finds himself in another difficult situation when he starts receiving threats from someone over what is on his camera.
Complete the maze...get a picture. On the surface, these unique puzzles may look like other mazes you've done before. But at the end, there's a nice surprise when the lines that found the right pathway create an image, too.
Conjured back to life by Rembrandt's famous "Aristotle Contemplating the Bust of Homer," Aristotle surveys history and profiles historical personalities, ultimately concluding that not much has changed in 2,500 years
"It's back to the English classroom for Australia's best writers! Learn from the masters as they tackle a task that Australian students attempt all the time: writing a short story using a visual stimulus. In Picture This, discover how a single image can contain a word all of its own, as fifteen of our finest Australian writers bring fifteen different images to life." -- Back cover.
Molly Bang's brilliant, insightful, and accessible treatise is now revised and expanded for its 25th anniversary. Bang's powerful ideas—about how the visual composition of images works to engage the emotions, and how the elements of an artwork can give it the power to tell a story—remain unparalleled in their simplicity and genius. Why are diagonals dramatic? Why are curves calming? Why does red feel hot and blue feel cold? First published in 1991, Picture This has changed the way artists, illustrators, reviewers, critics, and readers look at and understand art.
Essays by Jay Winter, Jeffrey T. Schnapp, Jennifer D. Keene, and others reveal the centrality of visual media, particularly the poster, within the specific national contexts of Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and the United States during World War I.℗¡Ultimately, posters were not merely representations of popular understanding of the war, but instruments influencing the.
""An exciting and informative anthology which will serve as an inspiration to both researchers and teachers."" -- European Journal of Communication With the proliferation of films, television programs, and videos about the arts, this book tackles how these media outlets have approached their subject. It invites debate about the relations between art forms, popular cultural practices (including watching TV), and audiences, as more people receive their understanding of culture and the arts through television than through visits to opera houses, theaters, or art galleries. This collection of articles addresses topics such as the history of art coverage on British television, how the media represents feminist art, and the impact of various postmodern arts practices.
The Picture This! series is a programme of no-nonsense reference books, packed with infographics designed to stimulate the minds of today's visually sophisticated, fact-hungry children. Picture This! Animals is a light and entertaining introduction to the facts and figures of the animal world. In some ways a visual dictionary, in other ways a revision guide, the quirkily inventive graphics, icons, tables, graphs, maps and step-by-step illustrations are an entertaining way of absorbing information and understanding tricky concepts. The fresh, clean, direct and uncluttered design is incredibly child-friendly; each spread transforms a core topic into a visual feast of raw facts, figures and statistics relating to the most essential aspects of the subject. Other titles in this series include Picture This! Human Body.
Words and images combine on each page of this breathtaking picture book to create an introduction to everyday words that children and their parents will want to return to again and again. With a wealth of detail, Alison Jay has created a series of pictures where elements cleverly reappear from spread to spread, providing a timeless book to share.
Bookwise is a carefully graded reading scheme organized into five cross-curricular strands, encouraging links to other subjects. Comprising 16 fiction and ten non-fiction titles, the 25 books at each level span a two-year reading age and the three-tier levelling system within each level facilitates an accurate match of reading ability and text. The full-colour readers are accompanied by teacher's guides and resource sheets to help teachers get the most out of their guided reading and writing sessions.
It's Picture Day and Lizzie McGuire's parents have pressured her into wearing the dorky sweater her grandmother gave her for Christmas. Lizzie loves her grandmother, but when she gets to school, her sweater makes the other kids laugh so hard that one of them actually squirts milk out of his nose. Not the fashion statement Lizzie was going for. Lizzie knows it's dumb to care about what other people think. Then again, does she really want to be remembered in the yearbook as The Girl in the Unicorn Sweater? At the last minute, Lizzie decides she has to change her clothes. If only she can come up with a plan...before three o' clock!