Scratch Art Paper designs date to the Mid-twentieth century. Sourced in the artistic roots of Constructivism, Cubism, Dada, Futurism, and Neo-impressionism, scratch paper Op art is most closely associated with the Bauhaus of the 1930s. Op art ushered in the perceptual experience of illusion in art; dimensional composition crafted of what were described as vibrating texture surfaces. When artists seek to replicate the energy of Op art, Scratch Art Paper is the premium artist choice.
Create the impression of movement with Scratch Art Paper. Scratch Art Paper is designed for use with a wooden stylus. Optical illusions attained by scratching away the coating of this unique art paper, offer a ready vehicle for the abstract vibrancy of Op art expression. The recommended paper for composing 3D patterns on a 2D surface Scratch Art Paper allows artists to craft art pieces like those of the Op art masters. Scratch Art Paper is the foundation to creating optical patterns without the professional expertise other art forms demand.
Fine surfaced Scratch Art Paper is a durable product that can withstand chemical base solvents and glues without disintegrating. Perfect for indoor or outdoor art activities, Scratch Art Paper is a sustainable craft material that does not require an easel or other special equipment to use. No extra materials are required, or clean up necessary, with Scratch Art Paper. Incorporate Scratch Art Paper into multi-application projects, or design an Op art masterpiece at an affordable price.
Available in 50 sheets of Fluorescent Assortment, Gold & Silver Foil, Multicolor, Rainbow White; 60 sheet packs of Pattern Assortment; and Variety Classroom packs, Scratch Art Paper is the solution to any acrylic paint, chalk, oil paint, pastel crayon, water color paint, or decoupage composition. Use Scratch Art Paper on your next fine art or craft project.
Op art projects require high quality paper. Achieve spectacular results in an instant with 8.5 inch x 11 inch Scratch Art Paper. Melissa & Doug Scratch Art Paper is the material for creative optical art production.