Pin the Nose on the Picasso

Cubism is fun! It helps us to see the same old things from a new perspective, which is one of the most important skills for a critical thinker to develop and practice.

Today we're going to use a Picasso inspired template to create and play a fun game. Click here to join the Art History Kids email list, and get your free download.

It's all about perspective

What happens to a face when you see one eye from the front, and the other from a side view... at the same time!? Picasso was a master of deconstructing images, and then finding interesting new ways to put them back together. His portraits are especially interesting, and the more you look at them, the more interesting they become. 

Click here to see what I mean.

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