(ART) Worksheet 7 - “Man with a Pink Face”(first and...

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“Man with a Pink Face”(first) and “Land of the Free”(second) are very different in the physical style. One thing that’s different is that the first picture was taken with a plain background in a studio(not the natural setting/home of the native). The second picture was most likely taken in someone’s home (or man cave). The first one is focused on the costume and the person himself, while the second one is focused on the costume and the person’s lifestyle and living space. “Man with a Pink Face” is made of natural materials, and has organic shapes and textures. “Land of the Free” is made of very unnatural(plastic-looking) materials, that have many different symbols such as hearts, flowers, a bow, and arrows(we’ll come back to these later). The materials come from the environment of the two people wearing the costumes, one from the wilderness of Papua New Guinea, and the other from a craft store in Warminster Pennsylvania.
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