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Optical Art Inc.

where art and illusion merge

Welcome to OpticalArtInc., your gateway to the fascinating world of Op Art, a unique art movement that emerged in the 1960s of the twentieth century. Our passion for this moving art form is based on the visionary work of artists such as Victor Vasarely, Bridget Riley, Piet Mondrian, Josef Albers, Kazimir Severinovich Malevich and many others. We are proud to continue this tradition of optical illusion and visual innovation.

Op Art is a form of modern art that uses abstract images to challenge the perception of our eyes and open up new dimensions of visual experience. The works in our portfolio create optical illusions and allow you to see the world from a completely new perspective.

Our aim at OpticalArtInc. is to present modern art from various fields such as Op-Art, Kinetic Art, Sacred Geometry and fractal art and fractal art. We want to fight the dullness and boredom in your living and working spaces with color, content and form. Our works of art are more than just decoration; they are an experience that stimulates your senses and enhances your surroundings.

Whether you are looking for an eye-catching painting for your living room, an inspiring work of art for your office or a gift for an art lover, you'll find it at OpticalArtInc. Our collections offer a wide range of styles, colors and shapes to satisfy your personal taste and interior design preferences.

"Discover the fascinating world of Op Art and modern art with OpticalArtInc. Be inspired by our works and immerse yourself in a world of visual magic. We look forward to inspiring your senses and bringing your rooms to life.
OpticalArtInc.
- where art and illusion become one."

ABSTRACT PAINTING
ABSTRACT PAINTING
OP-ART GRAPHICS
OP-ART GRAPHICS
PLASTIQUES
PLASTIQUES
KALEIDOSCOPE
KALEIDOSCOPE
Op-Art Furniture
Op-Art furniture

"Reduced forms and purist lines characterize the timeless design of OpticalartInc. "

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Painting and graphics

Our abstract paintings/modern art prints and the resulting designs are intended to let the viewer experience for a moment that nothing he sees is true. Optical illusions play with our eyes and make us believe that what we see at that moment is true. But on closer inspection, the boundaries become increasingly blurred.

Op art can be defined as a variation of abstract or concrete art. Consisting of non-representational geometric forms, it creates various types of optical illusion. By looking at Op Art pictures or Op Art films, for example, a sense of movement (e.g. swelling, warping, flashing, vibrating) can be detected on the surface of the medium.