Color is used symbolically in our Pop Art Portrait of the Wailers front man to suggest that he took reggae from its Jamaican roots to a wider 'spectrum' of musical appreciation.
In our Pop Art Group Project of Bob Marley, the light and dark tones have been carefully arranged in lines to correspond with the colors of African unity - green, yellow, red and black.
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.