walk away from Vonal

Inspired by Reytey, 1968 I started my Vonal-Series with the Vonal Pentagon. Stripes still have a constant width, but different ratios on all 5 borders, so the edges seam to swing.

Vonal style E-OP ART creating the illusion of a pentagon formed tunnel, in the colours grey, purple and blue.
Vonal Pentagon

I also couldn’t resist blending the colours. In the blueish Vonal Pentagon I continued that blending effect so the picture almost starts to glow.

Vonal style E-OP ART creating the illusion of a pentagon formed tunnel, in blueish to purple colours.
Blueish Vonal Pentagon

In the Vonal Edge Swapper I use these same colours, but focused back on geometry. I focused on the edges (not the borders), leading to stripes of variable width, what also looks good in greenish and reddish.

Vonal style E-OP ART creating the illusion of a 4 to 8 edged tunnel, in blueish to purple colours.
Blueish Vonal Edgeswapper
Vonal style E-OP ART creating the illusion of a 4 to 8 edged tunnel, in greenish colours.
Greenish Vonal Edgeswapper
Vonal style E-OP ART creating the illusion of a 4 to 8 edged tunnel, in redish to yellow colours.
Redish Vonal Edgeswapper

I hesitated to end this mineralic appearing series with something so organic appearing as the Vonal Eye. But like the Sand watch figure this proves how far, the limits can be stretched, and how universal this technique is. Besides I like the almost hypnotizing look. (Don’t stare at this picture – or the picture might stare back.)

Vonal style E-OP ART creating the illusion of an eye staring at you in bluish colours.
Vonal Eye