Op-art comes from the English name ''optic art'' (=optical art). This is an artistic style that began to develop in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Op-art emphasizes knowledge of geometry, physiognomy and optics, and it is no different in fashion. Come and see brocades with geometric patterns with us. You can find more information about op-art and examples of brocades in the article.
Through the play of black and white or bold colors in patterns, grids and overlapping linear and flat shapes, the artists complete the illusion of instability and optical movement.
|Optical illusion of individual lines|
|Illusion in fashion too|
|Geometric shapes in fashion and interior look unique, tasteful and elegant|