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When Pop Art Meets Posters About Bullying

In the context of the Tabasco Program, it was suggested to students in two classes that, based on the narrative and graphic language of Pop Art, they build graphic solutions for posters that draw attention to the problem of Bullying. The exploratory route started with the iconographic "Hope" by Shepard Fairey, passing through the expected legacy of Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. The proposed graphic strategies transported students to the pre-digital era, with stenciling, collage and acrylic painting in plain colors.

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