Photographs are taken on location capturing objects with the specific colours blue, green, red and yellow. These are then printed out and grouped by colour. A large free-standing board with head holes is made on which to stick the photos, similar to a Victorian seaside photo board. An outline design of two figures is drawn on the board and photos are stuck to it by carefully selecting appropriate colour combinations. The entire picture is composed of photographic images and blocks of colour are created accordingly. The effect is seen once complete and by standing back to view the finished object.

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Challenge children to pick themed objects and relevant colours to match them, eg, natural objects made up from man-made object photos. Children could photograph unusual objects and use their colours to create recognisable images. As a class, they could create a landscape scene using multiple images.