Pop and Op art.
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Published by Educational Audio Visual in New York .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
Pagination68 slides 1 sound cassette
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21060069M

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  Widely accepted as the "father" of op art, Victor Vasarely worked his whole life to create mesmerizing works that were visually both complex and accessible. Now paper artist Philippe UG has transformed seven of Vasarely’s most beautiful works into paper sculptures in his newest pop-up : Philippe Ug. As a person who collects and decorates with 60's pop art furniture, I use the Op to Pop book as the ultimate resource guide when looking for new pieces for my collection. Every time I logon to the internet I carry this book with me because it has every designer, manufacturer, date, and a full color photograph of every piece of pop art furniture /5(13). Pop art was taken up enthusiastically by the public at large. This was the first moment in the 20th century when the art audience expanded greatly. Previously, it was often said, the art world in New York was a matter of people and 10 galleries. Pop art expanded this art world many times over.   Originating as a Kickstarter campaign from Poposition Press, the Pop-Up Art Book is a collaboration between pop-up book creators Rossten and .

First complete explanation of influential artistic movement: scientific background of visual perception, psychological and physiological phenomena, elements of Op Art, principles of application, much more. Over illustrations, including 27 in color, by Josef Albers, . - Explore klemasurier's board "op art examples", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Op art, Art and Illusion art pins. The Op art movement was driven by artists who were interested in investigating various perceptual effects. Some did so out of sheer enthusiasm for research and experiment, some with the distant hope that the effects they mastered might find a wide public and hence integrate modern art into society in new ways. Rather like the geometric art from.