is more than the thing itself. I look always for its super reality.
Reality lies in how you see things." - Pablo Picasso. The Op Art movement
remains relatively short when compared to other movements like Cubism
or Surrealism. The movement officially lasted only three years, and
followed the Pop Art movement. Op Art began with the desire to involve
a correlation between seeing and understanding. The art movement involved
manipulating the eyes or creating an optical illusion. Similar to other
movements, the Op Art artists did not use conventional paint and brush
techniques. Instead, the artists used a limited color scheme, and a
limited style to draw shapes and objects. Each painting or design had
its own way of alluding the human eye. Although this movement was relatively
short, the artistry they displayed was important to all art movements
and art lovers.