4th graders just finished an architecture project. Their challenge was to camoflauge a building in its environment, in their case, a hotel. The hotels were constructed in relief, which the classes cleverly now call “2.5D” because relief sculpture lies somewhere between 2D and 3D. The students had to experiment with different things they could do with paper, to achieve various effects in their artwork. Here are some great finished examples!
Paper Relief Hotels December 20, 2010