Our Pop Art Portrait of Albert Einstein was created by filling the light areas of the face with a radial blend of color from yellow to red, centering on his eye as a focal point. The dark areas were filled with a plasma like pattern to suggest the cosmic forces that he explored in his work.
In our Pop Art Group Project, the light parts of the face were filled with a vibrant yellow, pink, blue or green whereas the dark sections were diagonally shaded from green to black to emphasise the grid structure and to suggest an appropriate mathematical dimension.
You will find all the instructions in our Pop Art Portrait Lesson Plan.
You can also cut up the template into its 20 squares to use in our Pop Art Group Project. This is a collaborative artwork for up to 20 people where each participant completes an individual section of the image which is then assembled with the others to create a unique work of art.
You will find the instructions for this lesson in our Pop Art Group Project.
These templates are free to copy and print to help you with drawing a Pop Art Portrait.