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ATC In the Style of: Picasso

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ATC In the Style of:  Picasso
Swap Coordinator:Wenturner71 (contact)
Swap categories: Art  Artist Trading Card (ATC) 
Number of people in swap:18
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Last day to signup/drop:February 1, 2012
Date items must be sent by:February 15, 2012
Number of swap partners:1

This is the fourth in the series in which you create an ATC in the style of a famous artist. First we did Klimt, Warhol and Matisse. This swap is for art inspired by Pablo Picasso.

Picasso was a Spanish artist who was one of the founders of the Cubist movement. He was one of the first to use collage in fine art. Although Picasso is known for many different periods in his artistic style (Blue, Rose, African, etc.), this swap will pay homage to his use of collage in his Cubism art.

You will create one ATC for one partner in the style of Picasso's Cubism period. Remember, you are not using one of his pieces of artwork, but are creating your own original art using his style of papers cut into shapes and collaged to form the picture.

You must use collage for this swap. Standard ATC rules apply, and you must have a good rating of 4.9 or higher. No flakers or sticker slappers.

Future artists in this series will include O'Keefe, Monet, Dali and others. If you have a favorite, I am open to your suggestions! I will keep this series going as long as there is interest.


postcardz 12/24/2011 #

Picasso is also DaDA.

MissEyelash 01/12/2012 #

If you are taking suggestions for more artist themed ATC's, can you do one for Degas? :)

tonie2weeks 01/30/2012 #

Im so sorry I have missed the other artists......

pinkface 01/31/2012 #

I second on the Degas.

And can I perhaps suggest van Gogh?

Lady 02/27/2012 #

Other Picasso styles too!

Wenturner71 03/22/2012 #

My partner flaked on this swap. Would anyone be willing to angel?

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