Op Art- Short for optical art, it created visual illusions through largely geometric patterns.

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This design shows continuity which is why I think it's a good example of rhythm. #RUDesign

This rhythm design shows the colorful lines are curving to the rhythmic direction. This is an example of progressive rhythm.

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This example of Op art or also called optic art, is a form of abstract art that gives the illusion of movement by the use of color and pattern.

Hanare Studio Diary: Bridget Riley 1931-

Bridget Riley is a British artist. Around 1960 she began to develop her signature Op Art style consisting of black and white geometric patterns that explore the dynamism of sight and produce a disorienting effect on the eye.

Credit: Walker Art Gallery/Bridget Riley's own collection Study for Shuttle (1964)

Flashback: Bridget Riley at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

A major new exhibition that charts the career of modernist artist Bridget Riley explores her distinctive skill with movement and light

100 Op Art ▪ Yoshi Sodeoka

Yoshi Sodeoka is a NY based multidisciplinary artist and musician from Yokohama, Japan. Sodeoka’s neo-psychedelic work with video, prints simultaneously inhabits the world of fine art, music.

Dinosaur Invades Fiesta Nacional Del Sol

Dinosaur Invades Fiesta Nacional Del Sol

Je ziet een mannetje die horizontale lijnen heeft stappen uit de verticale lijnen This piece shows a progressive rhythm because the horizontal lines cause the viewers eyes to see the shape of a man surrounded by vertical lines.

Op Art and Colored Pencil Tutorial - Art 1

Op Art and Colored Pencil Tutorial - Art 1 (That Little Art Teacher)

I love Op Art and I thought it would be the perfect lesson to teach Art how to use colored pencils. We began by discussing Op Art, M. Escher, Victor Vasarely, and Bridget Riley. Then we discu

Victor Vasarely  This would be an amazing quilt.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Victor Vasarely- i like the way in which this piece creates and optical illusion of squares and diamonds. Because each stripe overlaps and has been placed in a certain way the image creates an optical illusion of the shapes.

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