Classroom experiments: Arts & Crafts

These explorations with Logifaces were done in Jyväskylä’s Viitaniemi School during the schoolyear 2020/21 at Leena Kuorikoski‘s arts class with 14-15 year old students.

Logifaces and shading

Description: shading, directions of shade.

  • Assemble a composition from Logifaces blocks.
  • Depict your piece of work in a strong side light, so that it receives strong shades.
  • Draw the composition and its shades with a pencil.
  • Notice how light creates different color tones and how it becomes 3D due to the shades.


Logifaces clay boxes

  • Build clay boxes using Logifaces shapes as inspiration.
  • You can make small clay boxes by molding the clay into a geometric shape and cutting the lid with iron wire. The piece is carved out (about 1 cm deep).
  • When choosing a size and shape, consider the purpose for which you are making the box.
  • The clay paint is applied to the skin-dry clay.
  • After raw incineration, you can glaze your work, depending on the use of the box.

Wall art – folded pyramids

  • Create a continuous model with 16 Logifaces pieces.
  • Fold A4 paper sheets into pyramid pairs according to the image.
  • Create your simplified Logifaces model from paper pyramids.
  • Hang your artwork on the wall and see what kind of variations your classmates have created.

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Project coordinator: Planbureau Kft, Budapest, Hungary

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