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>How about combining this with cubism. Using the skyscraper as the
>symbol being used.
I am very interested in this idea. Could you please explain more of what
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> I'm trying to develop an exciting skyscraper collage project for a third
> grade class. I plan to give some history, view many examples, and then
> discuss the function of a particular building. Im thinking of taking a
> slant on it like "Skyscrapers of the future" and synthesize 20th century
> examples with some sci-fi pics.
How about combining this with cubism. Using the skyscraper as the
symbol being used.
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