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.

http://UpCycle.Club UpCycle Art & Life #Absurdistan's #HistoryProject merely presents the ICOGRADA Excellence Award 2012. On a video note while attending the Fiesta Nacional del Sol in San Juan, Argentina, Roman Buil from @upcycleclub snapped this footage of a dinosaur invading the crowd! @harisneofytou's stalemate #patart not mere #catart por favor  ツ

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.

Art Ed Central loves:That Little Art Teacher: Op Art and Colored Pencil Tutorial - Art 1

Standard Students will understand and apply media, techniques, and processes. Art Ed Central loves:That Little Art Teacher: Op Art and Colored Pencil Tutorial - Art 1

Britannia, emulsion on cardboard, 56×61 by Bridget Riley, 1961

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.

interesting, fractured-looking design | black and white design consisting of overlapping disks, each with uneven bulls-eyes, with the values reversed in offset, overlapping circular areas

Fractured-looking black and white design, overlapping discs, each with uneven bulls-eyes, with values reversed in offset, overlapping circular areas

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Can You See Through These Illusions?

Op art, also known as optical art, is a style of visual art that uses optical illusions. Op art works are abstract, with many better-known pieces created in black and white. Typically, they give th…

Op Art using Positive and Negative Shapes. Explore the possibilities with this Op Art kit. Letter- sub lesson:

Art Lesson: Op Art Using Positive & Negative Shapes

Optical Illusion Art Projects - Bing Images

Optical Illusion Art Projects - Bing Images optical art that really tricks your eyes to see the floor and walls moving amazing stuff

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