Love the simpleness of the design. The repetition and scaling of the image creates a movement and tension. The hierarchy is subtle but well defined.
Movement: Movement in a visual image comes from the kinds of shapes, forms, lines, and curves that are used.
Rhythm - the repetitive use of a group of visual elements, at least three times, to establish a recognizable pattern.
Resource: MOVEMENT (Principle Binder Notes)
Bridget Riley, Movement in Squares, 1961. Tempera on board, 122 x 122 cms. Source: http://www.op-art.co.uk/op-art-gallery/bridget-riley/movement-in-squares.html Tagged: Bridget Riley
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