Manhattan glitch

Manhattan glitch I liked this piece of art as it shows a disordered way of drawing a very ordered and structured building design.

Artist: Bridget Riley, Title: Blaze 1, Art Period: Op Art (1962)

I liked this poster because it's an interesting take on a Bauhaus style poster. It uses the same disciplines but used an illusion as the image Artist: Bridget Riley, Title: Blaze Art Period: Op Art

Bridget Riley

I stumbled into an op art exhibition in San Jose Cali & fell in love with Bridget Riley, her story & the way she sees the world.

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Bridget Riley playing with light and lines and started color after She created drawings that her assistants completed.

The talented Bridget Riley was a huge inspiration for the Cruise '13 collection - LGHQx

“internationally famous” artist Bridget Riley ran in Vogue in 1965 Photo Snowdon/Trunk Archive

Steve Maciver Silent Reflection II, oil in calico, lit from within, 55 x 71 inches.

Steve Maciver Silent Reflection II, oil in calico, lit from within, 55 x 71 inches.

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