AQA A Level Art. Explanation of what Assessment Objectives mean

AQA A Level Art. Explanation of what Assessment Objectives mean

Do you find it hard to explain to students what the AQA A level Art Assessment Objectives mean? Do your students find the language of the AOs confusing? If so, this resource will help. A 9 slide presentation which goes through each AO in turn clearly explaining in student friendly language what they mean. Designed to be print friendly so that it can be given to students as a handout. I have used this resource with my own students to great effect. I hope that it helps you too.
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AQA ART 2018-19. A Level Art. Understanding Assessment Objectives

AQA ART 2018-19. A Level Art. Understanding Assessment Objectives

A 25 slide presentation that clearly explains to students the importance of meeting the Assessment Objectives. In particular, this resource emphasizes the need to generate original and thorough ideas. Through notes and visuals the slide-show shows how ideas link to all four Assessment Objectives. I have used this resource with my own students with outstanding results. Work has been praised by the moderators for being original, thorough and clearly meeting the requirements for the AQA specification.
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Architecture Extended Homework/class Project Worksheet

Architecture Extended Homework/class Project Worksheet

This is an extended homework piece that can be give out as a multi-homework. I usually set the homework at the beginning of a half term and collect it at the end of the half term. I have found the a really engaging homework for students and they enjoy being able to chose any building to be inspired by. This resources is fully editable.
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Surrealism Word Search- editable

Surrealism Word Search- editable

This is a great starter activity, cover lesson activity or homework worksheet. I have included the publisher file so you can customize the worksheet if needed. Designed to be printed A4
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Expressionism Word Search -editable

Expressionism Word Search -editable

This is a great starter activity, cover lesson activity or homework worksheet. I have included the publisher file so you can customize the worksheet if needed. Designed to be printed A4
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Artist Word Search Worksheets

Artist Word Search Worksheets

I have made 7 different word searches looking at important art movements. The worksheets have space for students to write their name and the date. These are perfect for starter activities, homeworks or even cover lessons.
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Modern Movements full project using Cupcakes

Modern Movements full project using Cupcakes

Students make a cupcake in each of the modern movement styles and make a cake stand at the end of the project. This is a set of powerpoints for each movern movement, Surrealism, Cubism, Expressionism, Neo-impressionism, Fauvism and Realism. It is a set of 8 lessons and then there is the Scheme of Work for the project. For each of the movements students learn a different technique: Surrealism- Splash Chance watercolour imaginary creature out of this to add to cupcake. Cubism - geometrical shapes to shade light to dark to create angular cupcake over a collage made of newspaper. Realism - Tonal realistic shading to capture 3D form. Expressionism-Black and white polyprint to capture the agitated marks of artists. Neo-Impressionism - using a stippling technique with paintbrush to capture fine mark-making. Fauvism- random use of arbitrary colour to capture the bright spontaneity of paint marks. At the end of the project students then choose a party theme and independently decorate their party plate with the cupcakes on this.
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Modern Movements Project lesson 8: Making a Surrealism Cupcake - spontaneous splash Magical creature

Modern Movements Project lesson 8: Making a Surrealism Cupcake - spontaneous splash Magical creature

This is a project about modern movements where students capture a cupcake in different Modern isms. This powerpoint is on developing the cup-cake into a Surrealists cupcake. In this powerpoint students need to develop an understanding of the random and automatic drawings of the Surrealists artists and then students go on to make their own magical creature which can be put on a cupcake. This is a powerpoint which is part of a set of other powerpoints which deal with different modern movements, for example, Cubism, Expressionism, Neo-impressionism and Fauvism. Students make a cup-cake in each of the style and learn to understand the basics about each style. Please see other powerpoints on the modern Movements. The Learning Objective in this project is. To draw a cup-cake and add a magical creature on cup-cake. To describe the style of Surrealism using key words. To transform a coffee splash into a magical creature To write down when Surrealism occurred and who were the famous artists To draw a Surrealist cup cake and add a coffee splash magical creature.
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ART 2018-19. Complete Art Curriculum and Support Resources

ART 2018-19. Complete Art Curriculum and Support Resources

New for 2018-19. Ideal for UK and US education systems. This massive art teaching resource is amazing for new Art teachers! This is the best selling art resource in the UK. Over 150 pages of linked art lesson plans which take students through a broad and balanced art curriculum. Each art lesson plan includes clear teacher guidance, materials list, health and safety, a student friendly support sheet and expected progress information. Updated to include 18 art image slideshows to inspire students, a step by step clay-work slideshow and a history of art support resource. I originally wrote this for my students in the UK, in a selective school that feeds Oxford and Cambridge. Students taught by me have become surgeons, doctors, architects and tv personalities, and all have been helped by their art education. My department has been nationally recognised as the best in the country. Check it out … it might really help! Includes a 40 image slideshow of example student work. Also includes a bonus resource - “101 Amazing Ideas for Art Lessons”. This is an “at a glance” resource for when you need ideas quickly! You will never run out of ideas again! Lessons in the Complete Art Curriculum are: Lesson 1 Tone Lesson 2 Observation Lesson 3 From observation to abstraction Lesson 4 Relief Lesson 5 Portraiture Lesson 6 Portraiture part 2 Lesson 7 Portraiture part 3 Lesson 8 Clay Lesson 9 Clay part 2 Lesson 10 Clay part 3 Lesson 11 Color Lesson 12 Color part 2 Lesson 13 Color part 3 Lesson 14 Three dimensional Lesson 15 Three dimensional part 2 Lesson 16 Three dimensional part 3 Lesson 17 Three dimensional part 4 Lesson 18 Human figure Lesson 19 Human figure part 2 Lesson 20 Human figure part 3 Lesson 21 Human figure part 4 Lesson 22 Architecture Lesson 23 Architecture part 2 Lesson 24 Architecture part 3 Lesson 25 Architecture part 4 Lesson 26 Color abstraction Lesson 27 Color abstraction part 2 Lesson 28 Color abstraction part 3 Lesson 29 Color abstraction part 4 Lesson 30 Masks Lesson 31 Masks part 2 Lesson 32 Masks part 3 Lesson 33 Masks part 4 Lesson 34 Dramatic landscapes Lesson 35 Dramatic landscapes part 2 Lesson 36 Dramatic landscapes part 3 Lesson 37 Abstract landscapes Lesson 38 Abstract landscapes part 2 Slideshows included cover the following themes: Autumn Birds Buildings Christmas Dramatic landscapes Fish Flowers Fungi Graffiti Insects Natural textures People Rust Sky Sea Trees Water Perspective Clay workshop 101 Amazing Ideas for Art Lessons
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The Secret Life of Objects - A Cross-curricular Creative Approach to Teaching and Learning

The Secret Life of Objects - A Cross-curricular Creative Approach to Teaching and Learning

A learning resource for teachers and educators which can be adapted for primary or secondary use and used across the curriculum with great results. This creative strategy has been devised for the Arts and Education Network: South East Wales by Karin Molson, Learning Manager at Monmouthshire Museums Service, Lucy-Ann Pickering, Learning Manager at The Royal Mint Museum, and Mark Batchelder , Learning Officer at The Winding House Museum. This pack aims to provide teachers with the following: – Stimulus to use and incorporate objects regularly into teaching and learning practice – A framework for the analysis of objects in museum and classroom contexts that does not rely on extensive subject knowledge – Creative techniques for critically looking and investigating objects including opportunities for sensory engagement – Bridging techniques to draw out the creative character of objects, either through mind mapping or character profiling – A range of potential creative outputs inspired by objects – A range of strategies/techniques for getting the most out of a museum visit or using objects in the classroom The Secret Life of Objects resource pack contains activity ideas for engaging with objects, an Object Investigation Framework (OIF), exemplars and ideas for creative outputs. The resource uses a simple step-by-step process that will lead you and your pupils from initial object engagement to creative activity.
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Australian Homework Project

Australian Homework Project

Students choose from nine homework tasks linked with the topic, Australia. They choose at least one activity from each section (English, Creative, Investigative). Designed to be completed over a period of a half term. There are a wealth of open ended tasks that encourage the student to take ownership over their homework, with the option of completing more tasks if they wish to. The other benefit of the projects are that they allow for independent learning and encourage parents to get involved if they wish to.
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Aboriginal Art

Aboriginal Art

Symbols you can use for children to draw and they will know the meaning.
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Project to make cupcakes using modern movements.

Project to make cupcakes using modern movements.

This is not the full scheme of work but a list of activities to take place weekly. It has a Glossary with it for the project. Also resources for students to understand the movements. There is a separate bundle for the whole project- with all the schemes for each movement with starter activities. But, the outcomes are successful and students enjoy learning about the art movements and making cup-cakes in the various art styles. WEEKLY 1 Discuss Art themes 2 Realistic drawing of a cup-cake and shading skills in book 3 Pop Art – To make a 2D relief cup cake using paper cut shapes 4 To draw a cake/biscuit e using the Cubism Collage and capturing geometric shapes light to dark 5 Continuation of drawing of biscuit/cake but doing this in Paint now and capture bright colours- Fauvism 6 Expressionism Doing a polyprint of cup-cake drawing in print and rolling ink 7Doing a Neo-impressionist cake drawing 8 and 9 Surrealism outcome –adding magical creature to cake Presentation of cupcake stands Evaluation of project
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Making two foldout booklets Elements of Art and Principles of Design

Making two foldout booklets Elements of Art and Principles of Design

These are homework tasks and should give you 12 weeks of homework tasks for students to make two booklets. Making a booklet on the elements of art and on principles of design. Understanding these key terms helps in enabling students to write about art and if this is completed at Key Stage 3 can be a real help at GCSE and A-level
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Street Art

Street Art

Please work on paper and NOT on actual walls without permission. This can be done as drawing or painting. Many examples are provided. Children can work from these or create their own ideas. Many of the artworks have a message which can be discussed. Some instructions are provided in the success criteria. Banksy is worth mentioning.
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Clay relief Friedensreich Hundertwasser design clay relief KS3

Clay relief Friedensreich Hundertwasser design clay relief KS3

This is Powerpoint Three from a Scheme of work on developing a clay tile based on the work of Hundertwasser. Students firstly in Powerpoint One learn to draw a sphere pebble and practise their shading techniques. In Powerpoint Two students then study the artist Hundertwasser and design their own tile design looking at the work of and particular way he interprets his subject. Students practise their watercolour techniques and develop an outcome in his style to use for clay. In the powerpoint three there are steps to show how to make a tile relief. To complete a clay tile using three techniques: indentation, sgrafitto and layering using slip. When students are finished designing their tile this is then painted in bright colours and varnished with diluted PVA glue In the end I have uploaded a video on Art in Clay so students can get familiar with various aritsts who are inspired by working in clay.
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Designing a clay tile Friedensreich Hundertwasser: style for relief: own architecture design develop

Designing a clay tile Friedensreich Hundertwasser: style for relief: own architecture design develop

This is Powerpoint Two and is part of a Scheme where students firstly learn to draw a sphere (pebble drawing Powerpoint One) then this is followed up by this powerpoint which is to design an architectural relief using Hundertwasser as inspiration. In this Powerpoint there are examples of Hundertwasser and some information on his background and his beliefs. Students are given opportunities to look at his style in comparison to other artists and then to describe his particular style. There are also then some pictures of buildings and students are asked to stylise these into a Hundertwasser design. Learning Objectives To complete an artist study and an artist study with your own design interpretation. To practise watercolour techniques and pencil crayons interpret artist study in the observation To plan a design for sculpture clay tile This does is then used to make a relief sculpture in clay - see Powerpoint Three
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African art - Textiles -  Kente

African art - Textiles - Kente

African art - textiles Kente (interwoven strips with geometric patterning) Explains what Kente is and what each of the colours mean and what it represents. Link to a you tube video to watch first. Then there are screen shots of the video and step by step instructions in order to create their own version of kente by weaving strips of coloured paper and then wool with a thick needle. The children have to consider what colours they are going to use and what shapes to add to the piece. This could possibly be two lessons depending on how quick the children complete the activity.
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Elements of Art Foldout booklet homework tasks: 6 tasks and front cover year 7

Elements of Art Foldout booklet homework tasks: 6 tasks and front cover year 7

This is a homework task for 6 weeks. Students to be given a strip of paper and fold this into 8 sections. On the end two folds students make a front cover. There is a You tube video link to this project. In the six sections in the middle of the fold out paper there are 6 tasks for each of the elements of art. Line, Shape, Colour, Texture, Space and Value. Students on the one side of the fold out write information about the element and on the other side students are to do a drawing of the element as a creative homework task. This is a fun project and the outcomes are successful.
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Carnival Mas Costume Tutorial

Carnival Mas Costume Tutorial

Notting Hill Carnival is one of the world’s biggest street festivals. Led by members of the Caribbean community, the soundsystems, atmosphere and beautifully crafted costumes make it a highlight of the year for Londoners. Costumes are made at Mas Camps, where every year designers, craftspeople and volunteers make stunning, creative costumes built around welded wire frames and based around their chosen theme. Gemz Mas specialise in costumes for children, and have picked “Gulliver’s Travels” as their theme for 2018. In this tutorial Giselle will teach you how to make accessories for Mas Costumes, including a neck piece, belt and wrist and leg accessories. Images copyright Giselle Carter
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Aboriginal Art - KS2

Aboriginal Art - KS2

This was a mini topic that I did with a Year 5/6 class but it would work throughout Key Stage 2. It spanned two afternoon sessions and could easily be lengthened to create more of a topic. Pupils discover the key features of Aboriginal art and then go on to explore and record their own ideas before producing a final Aboriginal-style piece. Plenty of opportunity is given to evaluate their own and others work. The resource includes: Teaching plans for two lessons PowerPoint presentation (15 slides) Simple pupil planning sheet Aboriginal symbols reference sheet The topic provides good coverage of the 2013 National Curriculum for Art and Design (links are highlighted in bold on the planning). Planning and resource sheets are Word documents and fully editable. Makes for a lovely display at the end!
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Cubism Portraits Project (with baseline assessment, new levels, success criteria and growth mindset

Cubism Portraits Project (with baseline assessment, new levels, success criteria and growth mindset

This is a project I have designed for my year 7, for Winter term. Pupils learn about Cubism and text portraits and produce their own self portrait and a number of other portraits, inspired by their research. Alongside this, pupils learn basic portrait proportion and drawing techniques. I have included levels and success criteria as well as slides for self/peer assessment and growth mindset. Learning objectives are included and differentiation by outcome is most appropriate here. The levels and success criteria slides can me modified for your own use. Plenty of work to cover the first full term. Lovely, creative and colourful, well worth the price. The assessment breakdown can be requested if you want to use my criteria for assessment. An end of term test is also included. The culture aspect - in my school- is a week of clay work inspired by the day of the dead, I haven’t included any slides for this.
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GCSE Art 2018-19. Natural Forms Bundle

GCSE Art 2018-19. Natural Forms Bundle

Over 1000 pages of support for GCSE Art. This resource bundle provides a thorough unit of work based on natural forms. Clear, easy to follow instructions will allow the teacher to lead students through a wide range of linked activities spanning drawing, painting, sculpture and much more. Students are also encouraged to explore the work of recognised artists and develop their work through exploration and experimentation. This means that students are being challenged to make decisions and employ a “growth mind-set”, something that is being lost in many schools. The work is purposefully diverse because students have developed ideas in their own original ways. Ideal for use with the AQA and EdExcel specifications, allowing full coverage of the four assessment objectives. Included in this bundle are the following. A thorough unit of study. The study provides lesson by lesson guidance, homework, artist references, a rationale for assessment, health and safety, materials lists, student guidance and more… 22 different image slideshows for inspiration. All slideshows offer high quality images of natural forms. A step by step sketchbook guide with a natural forms theme. An example photographic analysis of a piece of student sculpture based on natural forms. A slideshow of example student work (also provided as the preview file). Over 1000 pages of information! If you would like to know more before purchasing, please feel free to contact me with your questions. maelmatthews@gmail.com
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Tingatinga paintings

Tingatinga paintings

This powerpoint explains the style of Tingatinga and then includes and activity where they use the style of Tingtinga to create their own paintings in his style.
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Back to School ART. Natural Forms project and support

Back to School ART. Natural Forms project and support

Over 1000 pages for Middle and High School. This resource bundle provides a thorough unit of work based on natural forms. Clear, easy to follow instructions will allow the teacher to lead students through a wide range of linked activities spanning drawing, painting, sculpture and much more. Students are also encouraged to explore thee work of recognised artists and develop their work through exploration and experimentation. This means that students are being challenged to make decisions and employ a “growth mind-set”, something that is being lost in many schools. The preview file shows example student work that has been produced by following this unit. The work is purposefully diverse because students have developed ideas in their own original ways. Included in this bundle are the following. A fully editable unit of study, provided as a Word document for complete editing freedom so that it can be amended to absolutely suit your students. The study provides lesson by lesson guidance, homework, artist references, a rationale for assessment, health and safety, materials lists and more… 22 different image slideshows for inspiration. All slideshows offer high quality images of natural forms. A step by step sketchbook guide with a natural forms theme. An example photographic analysis of a piece of student sculpture based on natural forms. A slideshow of example student work (also provided as the preview file). Over 1000 pages of information! If you would like to know more before purchasing, please feel free to contact me with your questions maelmatthews@gmail.com
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Complete Art Curriculum and Support Resources Middle School

Complete Art Curriculum and Support Resources Middle School

New for 2018-19. This massive art teaching resource is amazing for new Art teachers! This is the best selling art resource in the UK. Over 150 pages of linked art lesson plans which take students through a broad and balanced art curriculum. Each art lesson plan includes clear teacher guidance, materials list, health and safety, a student friendly support sheet and expected progress information. Updated to include 18 art image slideshows to inspire students, a step by step clay-work slideshow and a history of art support resource. I originally wrote this for my students in the UK, in a selective school that feeds Oxford and Cambridge. I have now rewritten it for US education. Students taught by me have become surgeons, doctors, architects and tv personalities, and all have been helped by their art education. My department has been nationally recognised as the best in the country. Check it out … it might really help! Includes a 40 image slideshow of example student work. Also includes a bonus resource - “101 Amazing Ideas for Art Lessons”. This is an “at a glance” resource for when you need ideas quickly! You will never run out of ideas again! Lessons in the Complete Art Curriculum are: Lesson 1 Tone Lesson 2 Observation Lesson 3 From observation to abstraction Lesson 4 Relief Lesson 5 Portraiture Lesson 6 Portraiture part 2 Lesson 7 Portraiture part 3 Lesson 8 Clay Lesson 9 Clay part 2 Lesson 10 Clay part 3 Lesson 11 Color Lesson 12 Color part 2 Lesson 13 Color part 3 Lesson 14 Three dimensional Lesson 15 Three dimensional part 2 Lesson 16 Three dimensional part 3 Lesson 17 Three dimensional part 4 Lesson 18 Human figure Lesson 19 Human figure part 2 Lesson 20 Human figure part 3 Lesson 21 Human figure part 4 Lesson 22 Architecture Lesson 23 Architecture part 2 Lesson 24 Architecture part 3 Lesson 25 Architecture part 4 Lesson 26 Color abstraction Lesson 27 Color abstraction part 2 Lesson 28 Color abstraction part 3 Lesson 29 Color abstraction part 4 Lesson 30 Masks Lesson 31 Masks part 2 Lesson 32 Masks part 3 Lesson 33 Masks part 4 Lesson 34 Dramatic landscapes Lesson 35 Dramatic landscapes part 2 Lesson 36 Dramatic landscapes part 3 Lesson 37 Abstract landscapes Lesson 38 Abstract landscapes part 2 Slideshows included cover the following themes: Autumn Birds Buildings Christmas Dramatic landscapes Fish Flowers Fungi Graffiti Insects Natural textures People Rust Sky Sea Trees Water Perspective Clay workshop 101 Amazing Ideas for Art Lessons
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Year 7 Still Life Project (with baseline assessment, new levels, success criteria and growth mindset

Year 7 Still Life Project (with baseline assessment, new levels, success criteria and growth mindset

This is a project I have designed for my new year 7, for Autumn term. Pupils learn about four different artists and produce their own still life final piece which takes inspiration from their research. Alongside this, pupils learn basic drawing and painting skills with a variety of tasks. I have included levels and success criteria as well as slides for self/peer assessment and growth mindset. Learning objectives are included and differentiation by outcome is most appropriate here. The levels and success criteria slides can me modified for your own use. Plenty of work to cover the first full term. Lovely, creative and colourful, well worth the price. The assessment breakdown can be requested if you want to use my criteria for assessment.
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Robots Clipart

Robots Clipart

Cute Robot Clipart ready for your next project. Ready to insert in your next design project for any school level. They are intended for personal use, or commercial use with a link back to this resource. I hope you enjoy using this clipart set. If you enjoy them, please leave me a review! :) robots, robot clipart, robot, robot images, cute robots, cute robot clipart, robot clip art, clip art, clipart
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Robots Clipart

Robots Clipart

Cute Robot Clipart ready for your next project. Ready to insert in your next design project for any school level. They are intended for personal use, or commercial use with a link back to this resource. I hope you enjoy using this clipart set. If you enjoy them, please leave me a review! :) robots, robot clipart, robot, robot images, cute robots, cute robot clipart, robot clip art, clip art, clipart, robot
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KS4 Art Higher Questioning Sheet

KS4 Art Higher Questioning Sheet

A worksheet designed for KS4 to encourage higher questioning. Great for higher ability students. Feeds in to any subject and most lesson plans. Useful to have laminated on the table as a starter task or as a plenary.
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5 Worksheets for KS3 Art Cover Lessons

5 Worksheets for KS3 Art Cover Lessons

5 worksheets supplied for Art cover lessons or your usual lesson. Each worksheet features a different artifact from a museum with information about it and a drawing task. Artifacts range from Japanese Lucky Cats to the Waterloo Helmet found in the Thames, in London. Worksheets have been tried and tested (successfully) on KS3! Can also be used for KS4 too.
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World Cup Trophy Re-Design

World Cup Trophy Re-Design

Re-Design the world cup trophy, inspired by modern art. All images free from copyright. Max pixel Flicker Wikimedia Commons Pixabay
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