This listing includes a set of 7 Principles of Design posters in 3 digital formats: block posters, handouts, and .jpg images. Includes the principles of emphasis, balance, proportion & scale, movement & rhythm, pattern & repetition, unity, and variety. Each poster includes the definition of the principle of design, key concepts, and reference images from a variety of artists. The artworks included represent a variety of styles, time periods, and cultures. These posters can be used in a variety of ways and make excellent visuals that you can use over and over again in your art classroom. Please take a look at the preview file for this listing if you are curious about what a block poster looks like.
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-7 block posters (.pdf)
-7 8.5" x 11" handouts (.pdf)
-7 high quality posters 2423px X 3029px(.jpg)
Block Posters measurements:
25.5” x 33” with margins
23” x 29” with margins cut away
How do I use these?
Each block poster consists of 9 separate 8.5" x 11" pages that can be printed on any printer that uses color. To assemble the block posters, you can tape or staple them together. I laminated each page and then taped them together. Each page has lines to guide you with taping or stapling them together. When assembled, they form an easy to use poster that can also fold up nicely.
If you want to use the posters as handouts, simply print the 8.5" x 11" pdf files. These work great as references and teaching materials for students.
If you want to print the posters as full-size posters on one sheet of paper, you can send the files to your local office or printing store. They often will print posters for $5-$8.
*Please note: This listing is for digital files only. This listing does not include any physical printed posters. For educational use only.