The "Wallpaper" assignment is introduced as well as new terms such as Split fountain, and how to achieve this effect, color shifts, axis of orientation, tiling, and multiples; and tools/materials: registration pins, double sided adhesive, Bristol board.
Specific demonstration of the desired results is conveyed through very adequate PP presentation in which artist such as Andy Warhol, John Baldessari, Renee Green, Yinka Shonibare, and Virgil Warti are given as prime examples of what effects can be achieved using this process. Successful past student work is also shown. Unsuccessful student work is only given as an example of how little effort makes little result.
A physical demonstration using register pins, paper cropping, and alignment techniques are reiterated.
Additionally, instruction is given on how to create a field of color using single sided sticky transparent sheet and freezer paper.
Students continue to explore.
Developing printing techniques through process:
Layering light to dark or dark to light.
Exploring context and color.
Mistakes become learning experiences that wont be soon forgotten.