Simply put, Pop Art is about taking everyday objects and turning them into art. Andy Warhol is a very famous Pop Artist who would uses Rhythm and Arbitrary color in some of his most famous artwork.
Rhythm is repeating shapes, colors and objects over and over. Arbitrary colors are colors that you wouldn't see in the real object.
Each student will draw an everyday object on paper and then trace onto foam board.
Then students will roll ink onto their foam and stamp them onto white paper. They will do this 4 times with 4 colors.