Hat tip to Yanely for pointing out this site: neal.fun that has several fun interactives on it.
This week's interactive is all about corporate logos and your ability to draw them from memory.
Your students are given a blank palette and asked to draw a logo from memory. Note that several of the logos are multi-color which you can discover when you click on the color circle in the bottom left. Here's the first example (out of 12):
- Of the 12 companies, how many of their products do you use?
- Which logos were easier to draw? more difficult?
- How often do you see logos in a given day? Take a typical day and think about logos that you see most frequently.
Thanks to Catherine Griffin of Algonquin Regional High School (MA) for reaching out with this activity idea:
156 Americans are asked to draw the ten most popular logos from memory. I put my students in groups with markers and poster paper and challenge them to draw these ten logos from memory. I usually give them about 10 minutes. Then, I go through the website with them and show them the correct logo and all the other logos people tried to draw. My students love this activity!
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